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The Sierra Towers of the Sunset Strip - West Hollywood (90069) - For Sale & For Lease

The Sierra Towers, designed by architect Jack A. Charney, is located at 9255 Doheny Road, West Hollywood, CA 90069 at the base of the Hollywood Hills just off the famous Sunset Strip.

The Sierra Towers is often considered the most luxurious and exclusive residential condo in all of Los Angeles. The building offers panoramic views of all of Los Angeles from the mountains to downtown LA to the Pacific Ocean, and boasts of amenities and services including 24-hour valet and concierge services, pool, spa, fitness center, ballroom, catering kitchen, and more. The 32-story building was originally built in 1964 and has 146 units. Each floor has around 6 units, but some units have been combined over the years. The units typically have one to three bedrooms and floor to ceiling windows.

Some celebrities who have owned units in the building Elton John, Lindsay Lohan, Matthew Perry, Cher, Courtney Cox, and Brody Jenner.

The building is unique in that it is 15 stories taller than any other building in a two-mile radius, giving it unobstructed views. With current zoning and building restrictions, there will unlikely be another similar tower built in the surrounding area.

There are currently 10 properties for sale in the building ranging from $2,499,000 to $38,000,000. million. There is 1 property currently being offered for lease at $8,750 per month.

The Sierra Towers is a great place to purchase a property if you are interested in a luxurious Hollywood lifestyle. Of course, there are also other more affordable buildings and condos in the West Hollywood/Sunset Strip area.

Please feel free to contact me anytime via phone/text at (310) 717-1321 or via email at if you are interested in buying, selling, or leasing a unit at the Sierra Towers or Greater Los Angeles area, or if you would like me to send you an updated list of available units in the building.

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