BCBG Founder – Max Azria’s $85 Million Mansion Expired On The Market

If you’re $85 million home didn’t sell the first time, what is your next step?…

To raise the price by $3 million of course!

That’s exactly what Max Azria, founder of BCBG Max Azria Group, did when his massive LA home expired on the market after 527 days. Why tack $3 million onto the already high price of a mansion that couldn’t sell? LA luxury home prices are on the rise, but enough to increase by 3.5%? Now being listed for a WHOPPING $88 Million, they are taking another shot at getting this incredible mansion SOLD!


Here’s a few snippets of my favorite spots of the home, feel free to drool at the floor-to-ceiling waterfall chandelier … made from over 150,000 crystals in the grand entryway that greets guests upon arrival. Sheesh! Enjoy!








Curated from and Photos taken from Curbed LA.


About Megan Husri

Prior to joining JohnHart Megan was living and working in India, and Australia, developing charitable organizations, learning from incredible mentors, and proceeded to work in a fast, upscale environment throughout her career there. Her passion is creating meaningful content that engages and empowers.

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