Jeff Bezos halts renovations at his Beverly Hills mansion due to lack of permits | The USA Print

Jeff Bezos pagó $165 millones de dólares por esta propiedad.

Jeff Bezos paid $165 million for this property.

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nor the billionaire’s life Jeff Bezos it’s perfect. The Amazon founder has not been able to continue all the renovations and expansion that he wants to do to the mansion he bought in Beverly Hills, California.

Recently ‘New York Post’ reported that Bezos he had to put all his plans on hold because the construction project has not yet been approved by the authorities. It is known that a part of the changes that Bezos wants to make was approved after he requested it in 2021, but he recently requested permits for other transformations that seem to not make the community or its authorities happy.

At first Bezos wanted to build a pool house and also the extension of the main house, that extension would be 1,000 square feet.

“Construction has halted on Jeff Bezos’ Beverly Hills mega-mansion as his application to expand the property by more than 15,000 square feet is pending approval,” the outlet wrote. They also shared a series of photos where you can see the machinery stopped inside the property.

Bezos’ new petition is to add a fence with lights to the playground that already sits on the 9.4-acre lot. It is even said that this request could never be approved, since up to now no hearing has been scheduled to deal with the case.

It should be remembered that Bezos paid $165 million for this property and that it had previously belonged to David Geffen, a magnate of the film and music industry.

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