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REAL ESTATE
November 9, 1986 | BUSTER SUSSMAN
Judy Blume, New York author of such best sellers as "Iggie's House," "Super Fudge" and "Forever," writes about the most personal problems anyone can face. Her books explore such traumas as being a fat preteen, having a first period, masturbating and premarital sex. But there's one problem she hasn't written about--overweight and over-watered potted trees. It's a problem for her because she owns a Manhattan penthouse.
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BUSINESS
May 25, 2012 | By Lauren Beale, Los Angeles Times
Grammy-winning singer Chris Brown has put his West Hollywood party pad on the market for $1.895 million. The 3,000-square-foot unit occupies the entire top floor of a four-story building. The open-plan penthouse features direct elevator access, high ceilings, a patio and a bar. There are three bedrooms, an office, a laundry room and 31/2 bathrooms. Brown, 23, released "Graffiti" in 2009, the same year he was arrested for assaulting his then-girlfriend, singer Rihanna.
BUSINESS
July 18, 2010 | By Roger Vincent, Los Angeles Times
The chief executives at Atlantic Richfield Co., the oil company once based in Los Angeles, ran their international empire from some of the most regal corporate offices ever created in Southern California. With Arco's 20-foot ceilings, dark wood paneling and private rooftop helipad, "this was corporate America as people thought of it," said Kent Handleman of Thomas Properties Group Inc., the building's landlord. That was then. Nowadays, the landlord can't find a renter for the space's 1970s-era sumptuousness.
BUSINESS
July 12, 2013 | By Lauren Beale
The "other" penthouse at the Century, a 42-story, star-studded tower where celebrity buyers include Candy Spelling, has come on the market in Century City at $15.5 million. The furnished penthouse features a great room with a fireplace, a formal dining room, an eat-in kitchen, three bedrooms, four full bathrooms and a powder room in 5,665 square feet of interior living space. There are terraces off the great room and kitchen that offer an additional 746 square feet of outdoor space, plus there are 200 square feet or so in the elevator vestibule.
HOME & GARDEN
February 28, 2008 | Christy Hobart, Special to The Times
IN the new movie "Miss Pettigrew Lives for a Day," Amy Adams plays an entirely delectable American starlet looking for love and fame in pre-World War II London. Her performance lives up to her character's name, Delysia (say it out loud: dee-LEE-see-ah), and indeed, the apartment she inhabits is as scrumptious as a box of fine, liqueur-infused French chocolates. "We used every beautiful texture you can get," production designer Sarah Greenwood, an Oscar nominee for "Atonement," says of the London set for "Miss Pettigrew.
REAL ESTATE
July 10, 1988 | RUTH RYON, Times Staff Writer
What, no water bed, sauna or bidet? No big-screen TV? Not even a private elevator, unless you makeuse of a special key to skip the public floors? What do you expect for $20,000 a night? That's what it can cost to stay in what is believed to be the most expensive hotel suite in the country. It's the penthouse of the Fairmont on Nob Hill.
REAL ESTATE
December 1, 1985
Sullivan, Workman & Dee, a Los Angeles-based law firm, has signed a 10-year lease for the penthouse of the Guardian Bank Building at 800 S. Figueroa St. and plans to occupy the 10,685 square feet of office space on the 12th floor in mid-January. Charles Dunn Co. represented the law firm in the lease transaction, valued at more than $2 million. Cushman & Wakefield represented the building owner, Bob Blumen.
NEWS
October 6, 1989
I am not familiar with Casey and Jean Kasem or what they do, but I found myself reading Nikki Finke's article "Cause Celebre" (Sept. 25). The only point seemed to be to vent anger toward rich, social activists. Do you hate all rich people or just rich people who are social activists? Do you hate all social activists or only those who are rich? Do you like rich, social activists but just hate the Kasems? Finke seemed to find it absolutely amazing that a social activist could live in a penthouse, have gilt-edged china, have two expensive homes, and hang around with other rich people.
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