The Naked Princess sells Westwood penthouse for record price
Lingerie brand founder Jordana Woodland sells her duplex penthouse condo
The founder of the lingerie brand Naked Princess has sold her duplex penthouse condo in Westwood for a record price.
Jordana Woodland unloaded the unit at the Remington for $13.3 million, the highest price paid for a condominium in Los Angeles County this year. The closing price was still a sharp drop from its original asking.
Woodland is the ex-wife of Michael Goguen, a former Sequoia Capital partner who was ousted from the venture capital firm after sexual harassment allegations in 2016.
A representative for the brokers declined to confirm the identity of the seller. It’s unclear who bought the nearly 6,000-square-foot unit, though one source identified the buyer as a developer who will use the unit for personal use.
Woodland, who is also an actress, acquired the unit in 2017 through a title transfer, records show. She began shopping the condo shortly afterward, listing it for nearly $20 million that following month. It most recently listed in January for $15.9 million.
Designed by LM Pagano Design, the penthouse includes three bedrooms and five bathrooms. There’s also a two-story living room, marble fireplace, office and city views.
Greg Holcomb and Cassandra Petersen of Compass had the listing. Sally Forster Jones, also at Compass, represented the buyer.