The Weeknd separates from its LA penthouse.
After buying a Bel Air mansion for 69 million US dollars last year, the singer of “Blinding Lights” is unloading his Westwood skyscraper for an offer price of 22.5 million US dollars. He paid $ 21 million to excavate the Wilshire Corridor a little over two years ago.
The 7,950 square foot pad called “The Mogul” occupies the entire 18th floor of the 22-story Beverly West residential tower and has four bedrooms and eight bathrooms with floor-to-ceiling views of the city, ocean, and Los Angeles country club .
The bespoke Italian kitchen was designed by famous industrial designer Antonio Citterio and includes Miele appliances and stone floors. The luxurious cot is fully equipped with high quality Italian furniture and hand-knotted carpets. Additional features include a wine safe, espresso bar, home gym, and four balconies.
The Weeknd, whose new album Dawn FM released Friday, owns other lots in the Los Angeles area. In August, he bought a villa in Bel-Air for $ 69 million in an off-market deal.
Last year, he sold his Hidden Hills home to Madonna for $ 19.3 million. He bought the 12,500-square-foot mansion in 2017 for $ 18.2 million.