Ten Thousand, the epitome of luxury living nestled in the heart of Los Angeles. This lavish skyscraper offers residents the perks of leasing within a thoughtfully programmed living environment. With signature views from the Hollywood Hills to the Pacific Ocean, Los Angeles’ premier destinations are at your doorstep. This property uniquely couples technology with luxury to attract a breed of “Elite Luxury” rentals.
In terms of Amenities; one-acre private park, indoor and outdoor pools/spas, indoor and outdoor movie theaters, tennis and basketball courts, game rooms, fitness centers with three exercise studios, conference/board rooms, and complimentary breakfast. Dining options include a full-service bar, lounge, cafe, private dining room, and catering kitchen. In addition to those amenities, they have some particularly luxurious amenities you do not want to miss out on including a robot butler, 3D body health body scanner, treatment room, and chauffeured Rolls-Royce Phantom. Charley, the robot butler, delivers anything to your door from Cheetos to Champagne. The treatment room allows residents to get facials, massages, and even Botox! Fit3D allows residents to experience a 3D body scanner and reporting engine that allows for a head-to-toe wellness assessment. Last but not least, you will have a chauffeured Rolls-Royce Phantom at your fingertips to give you a ride to shop in Beverly Hills.
Among the forty-one stories in Ten Thousand sits the penthouse. Monthly, the penthouse goes for $65,000 furnished and $59,000 unfurnished, making it the most expensive luxury rental in Los Angeles. The three-bedroom, two-and-a-half bathroom penthouse comes equipped with three bedrooms, two bathrooms, a private rooftop terrace, three patios, and 4,000 square feet of open interior space that spans the length of the building. The penthouse also comes adorned with 16-foot-high floor-to-ceiling glass walls, providing unobstructed views from downtown Los Angeles and Hollywood Hills to the Pacific Ocean-making it the perfect place to catch an iconic Los Angeles sunset.
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