Ultra-luxury architect Richard Landry, whose designs have attracted such celebrities as Tom Brady, Wayne Gretzky and Mark Wahlberg, has listed a place of his own in Century City.
He recently put his two-bedroom condo on the market for $3.69 million, up from the $3.1 million he paid for the spot in 2015, records show.
The designer pad sits on the 30th floor of the Century, a 42-story high-rise known for its luxury amenities, which include 24-hour guarded gates, a screening room and a resort-style pool.
A private elevator serves the 2,280-square-foot home, opening to a floor plan with a wall of windows overlooking the city. In addition to two bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms, the condo also holds a covered terrace.
Heather T. Roy and Learka Bosnak of Douglas Elliman hold the listing.
Landry has been dubbed “King of the Megamansion” for the opulent luxury of his projects. The Canada native has a long record of designing homes for celebrities in L.A., including Michael Bolton and Rod Stewart.