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.