Nile Niami’s “Opus” receives $15M price chop
Subject of provocative listing video is now asking $85M
Despite all efforts, it seems sex doesn’t sell for $100 million.
Developer Nile Niami’s trophy piece “Opus” dropped $15 million just one month after hitting the Multiple Listing Service, the Los Angeles Times reported.
Luxury items that were originally said to come with the mansion — including three Damien Hirst paintings, a gold Rolls-Royce Dawn and Lamborghini Aventador Roadster — will no longer be included in the price tag.
The 20,500-square-foot estate on Billionaire’s Row in Beverly Hills has seven bedrooms, eight bathrooms, a champagne vault stocked with Cristal and motorized walls of glass that open to indoor and outdoor swimming pools.
“I kept telling the director ‘Go darker… go sexier….’ and was thrilled to see the results — a woman who is transformed and empowered by the beauty of Opus,” Niami previously said in a statement.
Drew Fenton of Hilton & Hyland holds the listing for the Paul McClean-designed home.