The project will exceed 100,000 square feet and will come up to include a 5,000-square-foot master bedroom, a 30-car garage, a 45-seat cinema, a 8,500-square-foot night club and a Monaco-style casino. The “jelly fish room” with tanks on three walls and a light-changing ceiling will add up to the extraordinary features of Niami’s mansion which is set to be the largest and the most luxurious in the U.S.
Expected to take at least 20 more months to completed, the 4-acre hilltop property will offer 360-degree panoramic views of the Pacific Ocean, Beverly Hills, downtown Los Angeles and the San Fernando Valley. Described as “very similar to a palace” by Paul McClean, the mansion’s architect, the house is also designed help to preserve water as California suffers from a record drought.
Loaded with almost every amenity available in the world, it has been planned to be home to four swimming pools, including a 180-foot infinity pool, and about 20,000 square feet of grass which is most likely be synthetic.