There’s perhaps no neighborhood more iconic than Beverly Hills. Thanks to a certain 90s teen drama series, we all know its zip code, recognize its landmarks and envy its well-heeled residents. If you’re looking for a newly constructed condo in the storied Los Angeles neighborhood and have the budget to back it up, consider one of these five luxury options.
Developer: Genton Property Group
Priced from: $3,120,000
Reflections of LA is a 12-story, Four Seasons-branded tower touting 59 custom for-sale homes. The bespoke interiors were designed by Martyn Lawrence Bullard, who counts Kylie Jenner, Cher, Tommy Hilfiger and John Stamos among his clientele. Expect professional-grade gourmet kitchens with integrated Gaggenau appliances, stunning master bathrooms featuring deep soaking tubs and separate glass-walled showers, and sliding glass walls for seamless indoor/outdoor living.
In true Four Seasons fashion, the curated services and amenities are second to none. Highlights include a 1,600-square-foot fitness center, private IMAX theatre, exclusive chef experiences, and an open-air courtyard pool surrounded by cabanas. The residence is currently under construction and sales are expected to launch later this year.
2. Pacific Star
Developer: K Pacific Investments
Priced from: $1,900,000
If you’re on a shorter timeline, Pacific Star offers move-in ready luxury penthouses, condominiums and two-story townhomes in the heart of Beverly Hills. Featuring up to 2,200 square feet of living space, the floorplans are intelligently designed with high ceilings, expansive windows, open shared spaces and large terraces.
Smart home features come standard, including Nest thermostats that control the radiant in-floor heating, integrated speaker systems, USB outlets in every room and high-efficiency LED lighting. Residents will live within walking distance of Rodeo Drive, the Beverly Hills Farmers’ Market, and the many restaurants, salons, fitness studios and boutiques that line Beverly Drive.
This seven-story residence is currently under construction at the apex of Beverly Hills’ Golden Triangle. Upon completion in 2021, the development will include 54 condominiums, 6,650 square feet of retail space and exclusive resident amenities, such as a landscaped courtyard and a rooftop pool with sweeping city views.
9200 Wilshire Boulevard is not selling just yet, but the project recently released a batch of new renderings depicting its revised design. Conceived by MVE + Partners, the sleek facade will feature a mix of limestone, travertine, white-painted steel and glass. Select units will have spacious, covered balconies or terraces and there appears to be a rooftop pool and alfresco amenity area.
Priced from: $1,890,000
Two modern residences are currently available at 1333 Beverly Green Drive. Unit 202 is a three-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bathroom stunner spanning over 2,300 square feet. Priced at $1,890,000, it’s appointed with hardwood floors throughout, smart home technology, custom cabinetry and closets, and a stylish linear fireplace with a stone surround.
Unit 301 boasts three bedrooms and three-and-a-half-bathrooms over 2,728 square feet. The chef-worthy kitchen is equipped with Sub-Zero and Wolf appliances, a waterfall island and a roomy pantry. There’s a private elevator with controlled access and a rooftop deck with plenty of space for lounging or dining. With a slightly larger footprint, this residence is priced at $2,195,000.
Priced from: $3,700,000
Combining sustainability and world-renowned architecture, Gardenhouse is a one-of-a-kind project featuring a collection of Row Houses, Garden Flats and Sky Villas. This is MAD Architects’ first foray into the United States market and they’ve delivered a suite of custom homes with airy, contemporary interiors and barrierless connections to the outdoors. The layouts were designed to feel like single-family residences and the community itself is reminiscent of a modern-day village.
Gardenhouse is centered around an open-air atrium with a canopy of trees and secret garden, providing privacy for the residences but also a quiet place to meditate or read a book by the reflective pool. Adding to the eco-friendly aesthetic is the largest living wall in the country, which envelops much of the structure.