Tuesday, December 20, 2011
Lamar Odom, Khloe Kardashian may call W Residences home
They haven't signed a lease yet, despite reports otherwise.
I hear Lamar Odom and Khloe Kardashian have looked at, and really really like, this two bedroom corner unit, #2604 in the North Tower of The W Residences in Dallas. In fact, they may be drafting the papers, but this unit could also be for Rob Kardashian, Khloe’s brother. The weekend was total exhaustive house-hunting over at The Ritz Residences and the Azure, where Joseph Gulloto showed Khloe, Lamar, Rob, and his girlfriend all over. (They really liked the Azure, too, and talked about a one year lease over there.) And now I’m not so sure Allie Beth Allman is their agent, or only agent. In fact, I hear now it’s Steve Rigley and Rogers Healy at Rogers Healy & Associates. Though no papers have been signed: Rogers insists his company is repping Khloe.
Why is Mack, son of Tom Hicks, who went to school with my son at St. Marks and is one of the nicest kids around, leasing this 2,716 square foot unit anyhow? He and his fiance have bought a darling first home on Stonegate, in Devonshire. This unit was on the market November 2008 at $2,350,000 then reduced to $1,800,000 before being taken off the market about a year later. It has two bedrooms, standard unit upgrades throughout including all kitchen appliances, bathroom fixtures, countertops and lighting, audio & visual wiring, pretty floors, and interior design by Penny Sanders of Sanders Studio. My guess is it would lease for at least $2 a square foot, more if furnished. Mack Hicks, I hear, is moving out this Thursday and someone is moving in that unit over the weekend. Stay tuned, we should know for sure very, very soon ...
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