Jeff Bezos continues construction on his Beverly Hills mansion
Businessman Jeff Bezos had stalled construction on the Beverly Hills, California, property due to a lack of permits. The place is valued at $175 million dollars.
Billionaire entrepreneur Jeff Bezos seems to be at the top of his game. A few days ago he got engaged to his bride, expert journalist Lauren Sanchez, while cruising the South of France on his $500 million superyacht.
With a big wedding in sight, Bezos can’t be left behind with the construction of his grand home in Beverly Hills, California. According to the ‘Daily Mail’, the construction of the property was restarted after being paralyzed by a series of permits that the CEO of Amazon was missing. The same media assures that the couple will live for a while in a mansion in Malibu, California, owned by Lester Knispel.
It should be remembered that the businessman had to stop the construction of the property because he requested permits from the authorities to make some additions to the property valued at $175 million dollars.
It is not known if Bezos canceled all the plans that were not approved or if he will continue to insist. It is known that the businessman first requested permission to expand the extension of the main house by 1,000 square feet, which was granted. Among the new permits was to install a fence with lights to the playground already on the 9.4-acre lot.
On the lot will be a main house, a guest house, gymnasium, pergola and a security guard house.
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