Ten Thousand Tower’s $65K-A-Month Penthouse Is L.A.’s Priciest Rental

Don’t let the name fool you. Ten Thousand, Beverly Hills’ newly opened ultra posh skyscraper, is currently listing a $65,000 per month penthouse, the most expensive luxury rental in Los Angeles.

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Ten Thousand’s penthouse with 16-foot-tall ceilings with expansive views of Los Angeles.

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The three bedroom, two-and-a-half bathroom penthouse costs $65,000 per month to rent.

The three-bedroom, two-and-a-half bathroom penthouse comes completely furnished, equipped with a spa master bedroom, two expansive terraces, an upper private deck, and approximately 4,000 square feet of open interior space that spans the length of the building. The residence has 16-foot-high floor-to-ceiling glass walls with unobstructed views from downtown Los Angeles and the Hollywood Hills to the Pacific Ocean.

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Ten Thousand’s penthouse view from bedroom.

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Open kitchen amid interiors by Shamir Shah Designs.

Intersecting Beverly Hills and Century City, the 40-story residential tower (designed by Handel Architects and developed by Crescent Heights) pays homage to LA’s modernist architectural history and contemporary California lifestyle via open-plan two and three bedroom residences.

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Luxurious master bathroom

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Penthouse views span from downtown Los Angeles and the Hollywood Hills to the Pacific Ocean.

The modern all-glass structure boasts four crystalline quadrants crowned with an angled roof, casting an architectural silhouette that contrasts the surrounding area’s flat-top architecture along the skyline. Its multi-paned glass façade refracts sunlight during the day and becomes an illuminated beacon at night.

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Outdoor pool

The LEED-certified tower is 60% leased, offering a sustainable living environment, 75,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor amenities, hospitality-style services, and a curated private art collection. Interiors by Shamir Shah Design showcase natural finishes (Italian titanium travertine, statuary marble, limestone, grained walnut and cerused oak) as well as postmodern and contemporary art works by the likes of Jacob Hashimoto, Aaron Wexler, Adam Katseff, Suzan Etkin, and Jeffrey Milstein. Amenity spaces include classic and contemporary furnishings by Christian Liaigre, Poltrona Frau, Herman Miller, and Bassam Fellows.

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Indoor lounge near outdoor park.

Ten Thousand offers a one-acre south-facing landscaped private park with strolling gardens, fire and water elements, a great lawn, pool and spa, tennis court, dog run, chef’s kitchen and an outdoor theater with an 84-inch screen. Indoor amenities include a glass-enclosed, cantilevered fitness center, a 75-foot lap pool, lounges, game room, kids studio, massage and spa treatment rooms, and sauna and steam rooms.

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Glass-enclosed, cantilevered fitness center with views of Ten Thousand’s one-acre park.

Privacy is paramount on the property with 12-foot hedges along Santa Monica Boulevard and a secluded driveway en route to a heated, canopied porte cochère. This leads to the two-story lobby featuring black titanium travertine floors, a concierge desk of pure white Concetto stone, hand-blown glass chandeliers, a grand staircase, and a commissioned installation by artist Hashimoto.

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Hedged private entrance

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Lobby with hand-blown glass chandelier.

Ten Thousand is conveniently located across from the Los Angeles Country Club and within walking distance of famous Beverly Hills shops. Ten Thousand provides luxury house cars which chauffeur residents to local destinations upon request.