David Crane lists Century City condo, friends not included

Los Angeles /
Oct.October 17, 2016 11:00 AM

You won’t find Central Perk around the corner but this penthouse comes fully customized by the golden couple of 90s sitcoms.

“Friends” co-creator David Crane and his partner, Jeffrey Klarik, are selling their furnished Century City penthouse for $29.9 million, the Wall Street Journal reported.

The 5,300-square-foot pad is located on the 38th floor of 1 West Century Drive. It has two bedrooms, three terraces and features an array of 1930s art and antiques, including a vintage grand piano, a circular bar, and glass panels from the Normandie, a French ocean liner.

Nick Segal and Rick Ojeda of Partners Trust are the listing agents.

Crane and Klarik bought condo for $12.2 million in 2010 and spent several years designing and customizing the property, according to Segal. Their current asking price reflects their total investment on the property, he told the Journal.

The couple is selling the house because their show “Episodes” requires the majority of their time to be spent in London, where it takes place. They also have a home in Montecito, Segal said. [WSJ]Cathaleen Chen


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