Bullard brings to life developer Jonathan Genton’s vision for LA’s priciest luxury condos

Photos Courtesy of Genton Property Group


Genton Property Group (GPG), a privately-held real estate investment company and developer of sophisticated real estate strategies, and famed interior designer Martyn Lawrence Bullard unveiled designs for the one-of-kind interior design concept for the exclusive Four Seasons Private Residences Los Angeles.

Located at 9000 W. Third St., the project includes 58 luxury condos and a top-floor penthouse with stunning views of Los Angeles. Developer Jonathan Genton notes that delivering a project that meets Four Seasons standards and caters to discerning international buyers requires every detail to be designed and built to perfection.

“When your goal is to truly set a new standard for luxury living in Los Angeles, you must bring the absolute finest to every aspect of the project,” said Genton. “By partnering with a designer as talented and celebrated as Martyn, we have the pieces in place to make this project the best of the best.”

Bullard, who curates’ interiors for Hollywood’s elite and global glitterati, has appeared in more than 4,000 publications and 70 coffee table books, and is known to many for the Bravo series, “Million Dollar Decorators.” He is widely acclaimed for his trademark glamour and flair for the exotic when designing homes for Kylie Jenner, Cher, Ellen Pompeo, Tommy Hilfiger, Sharon and Ozzy Osbourne, and Khloe and Kourtney Kardashian, to name a few. His March 2019 Architectural Digest cover feature with Kylie Jenner is the publication’s most popular online design story this year (published on its website February 5, 2019).

Genton is partnering with Bullard to complement CallisonRTKL’s architectural masterpiece, with interior design elements that exceed the desires of international high-net-worth buyers.

“This is a dream partnership,” said Bullard. “Genton Property Group has integrated unparalleled brands and design talents to make the Four Seasons Private Residences the epitome of luxury living in Los Angeles. It’s a place to celebrate Californian style and its history. As such, we wanted to incorporate super luxe materials but also capture the essence of the California mid-century modern movement. This space will be a space reserved for A-list celebrities, the most successful business leaders, and anyone else who wants to invest in the pinnacle of what Los Angeles has to offer. I’m excited to make this vision a reality.”

The project’s crown jewel, the more than 12,500-square-foot penthouse, will consist of an open-concept indoor/outdoor living space that will take advantage of year-round natural lighting and views. Occupying the top floor of the 12-story tower, the penthouse will feature a private, 6,000-square-foot rooftop garden oasis and pool enveloped by a 360-degree panoramic view of the city. The penthouse will also include direct elevator access and a private six-car garage.

“We’ve taken inspiration from the great furniture designers of the 1950s and ‘60s, which is now one of the most highly collected periods of furniture in the world,” Bullard added. “To add flair to our mid-century vibe, we incorporated materials like terrazzo while including a nod to the Brazilian walkways you see in Rio de Janeiro, while still capturing a California spirit.”

In addition to the penthouse, the building includes 58 luxury condominiums and townhouses across three wings – The Tower, The Wetherly Wing, and The Almont Wing – with an average size of more than 2,500 square feet. The Tower will house 37 residences, including the penthouse, five tower estates and 31 residences.

The two distinctive wings – one on Wetherly Drive and the other on Almont Drive – with 11 residences each, will create a residential experience connected to the surrounding neighborhood and building amenities. The Wetherly Wing will have four floors and The Almont Wing will include two floors plus a basement level. Both will offer a collection of private rooftop decks above many of the top-floor residences.

“Los Angeles is a city that is rooted with incredible inspiration,” Bullard explained. “As L.A. has been one of the great creative and style capitals of the world, we wanted to play up that L.A. is now becoming an art capital as well. We aimed to capture great L.A. artists, both past and present, to create a wonderful art collection within the public spaces of the building.”

The project is scheduled for completion in Fall 2019.
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