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Johnny Depp Is Selling His Downtown Los Angeles Home And It Is Absolutely Gorgeous

By Karly Carpena
September 23, 2016

When you think about Celebrity homes, most of us familiar with the Los Angeles area think Beverly hills 90210, yet there is one A-lister who has always enjoyed having his home in downtown Los Angeles, and mind you – he bought his home long before the recent revitalization with the downtown LA area. We find it fitting that Johnny Depp keeps his home amongst the normal people.


Back in May when Johnny Depp and Amber Heard had an altercation which ultimatly ended up in a restraining order againt Depp. His home address became public knowledge and now is unloading the property since his secret is out. The home can be yours for just shy of 13 million dollars according to Trulia at 849 S Broadway, Los Angeles, CA 90014.


Heard and Depp have since settled the ensuing divorce, a split that in part was triggered by his alleged tirade in late May at the five-penthouse complex atop the historic clock tower.


The home resides in the famous Eastern Columbia Building, also known as the Eastern Columbia Lofts. It is a thirteen-story Claud Beelman designed Art Deco building located at 849 S. Broadway in the Broadway Theater District of Downtown Los Angeles. It opened on September 12, 1930 after just nine months of construction.


It was built at a cost of $1.25 million as the new headquarters and 39th store for the Eastern Outfitting Company and the Columbia Outfitting Company, furniture and clothing stores founded by Adolph Sieroty and family.


At the time of construction, the City of Los Angeles enforced a height limit of 150 feet, however the decorative clock tower was granted an exemption, allowing the clock a total height of 264 feet.


Depp first bought the property in 2007 and put it together piece by piece. Everything is custom.


Don’t worry about Johnny Depp — though his DTLA perch is on the market along with his French estate, he still has his private island in the Bahamas.


Check out the video of The Mad Hatter’s downtown jewel. It may make you consider an offer 😉