Buyers of Tom Gores’ Beverly Park mansion seek a quick flip
Tom Gores’s former Beverly Park pad is back on the market, just five months after the Detroit Pistons owner sold it for a record-breaking $40 million, The Real Deal has learned.
The developers who bought it — Gala Asher and Ed Berman — relisted it Wednesday for $49 million. If it trades for that price, it would replace their purchase of the mansion as the priciest sale in Beverly Park history.
Listing broker Ginger Glass of Coldwell Banker did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
The 24,000-square-foot, seven-bedroom mansion at 78 Beverly Park Lane has been completely redone and sits on manicured grounds, the listing shows.
Last year, Gores, the billionaire chairman of private equity firm Platinum Equity, traded a number of his properties, including the Beverly Park property, for a $100 million Holmby Hills mega-mansion built by Asher. That spec home is located on former site of Barbara Streisand’s Mon Rêve property and includes a private hiking trail.
Gore’s former home just the latest to come on the market in Beverly Park.
A Colonial mansion with ties to Russia’s former minister of communications recently hit the market for $29 million. A sale is also pending on a $30 million Beverly Park property owned by the ex-wife of Bambang Trihatmodjo, son of Indonesian dictator Suharto.