Completed in 1930, the Leland Bryant-designed Colonial House is among the last of early Hollywood’s most glamorous and exclusive revival style condominiums, and remains a coveted refuge for the industry’s elite. Golden Age tenants included the likes of Bette Davis, Clark Gable, Carole Lombard and Cary Grant. The penthouse's exterior is protected by the National Register of Historic Places and remains unchanged since it was built.
During the extensive renovation of this Hollywood penthouse condominium, the design team restored the doorway onto the balcony, as well as the original openwork columns and railings, creating a beautiful space to overlook the famed Chateau Marmont and surrounding Hollywood Hills. Located off the penthouse's kitchen, the balcony was previously accessed by a screen door and the ironwork showed significant signs of wear. Now, it's a relaxed, lovely and fully restored spot to unwind and enjoy the view.
This major condominium remodel combined the penthouse unit with an adjacent two-story unit in this historic cable building.The upper hallway features built-in bookshelves and cabinets to create massive, much-needed storage. Glass railing creates an open, contemporary look to the space.
If you're looking for paradise, you've come to the right place. Here in Ascona, Switzerland, a sunny little town on the shore of Lake Maggiore, sits a historic villa with a 300-square-meter duplex penthouse that's perfect for luxury living.
From the exterior, one might not suspect that the historic Jefferson Trust Bank Building in New Jersey has been converted into a luxury penthouse. The 2,960-square-foot space features tall ceilings and Art Deco details, as well as an updated kitchen.
This major condominium remodel combined the penthouse unit with an adjacent two-story unit in the historic cable building. The new floor plan opens the kitchen up to the dining room and intimate seating area. Each window features a gray cushion and red throw pillow for a comfortable window seat.
Located on the roof of a historic Art Deco building in Miami Beach, Florida, this luxurious penthouse roof deck is a private retreat in the sky. The outdoor escape includes a kitchen with stainless steel appliances and granite countertops, a sun deck with a table for alfresco dining and a covered cabana lounge with a pop-up TV and sofas.