Per Variety, each of the top-level units are adjoined but not combined and Depp used three for privacy, one as a guest apartment, and the last as an art studio.
The multi-level apartments occupy the entire top two floors of a Art Deco-style building and offer a total of nine bedrooms, twelve bathrooms, a over 11,500 square feet of combined living space.
A commercial-grade chef’s kitchen comes complete with a built-in espresso bar, triple-sized center island, breakfast nook and a wall of custom glass cabinetry.
One of the lofty condos bears an original mural by Brazilian street artist, Osgemeos, in the living room.
Even the guest bathrooms are outfitted with swanky Scalamandre wallpaper, tiled steam showers and marble finishes.
A rooftop al fresco dining area offer stunning views of the downtown Los Angeles skyline. No wonder Depp is asking for twice as much as he originally paid for the penthouses back in 2008.