Jaman Properties celebrated opening night of their most recent development, "The Riviera White House" a $33M estate on the site of former President Ronald Reagan's home in Pacific Palisades. Guests (which included 200 of Hollywood's power players, screen writers and producers) were greeted with Moët Chandon and a rare $5 Million Delahaye car parked in the glass showcase garage. Once inside, they took in the property's lavish and historic features; a bathroom embellished with 25,000 individually hand placed peacock feathers, cashmere walls in the theatre, over a million dollars in artwork including pieces by Picasso and a whiskey tasting in the remarkably expansive "His and Hers" closets.
Flaming pasta was served on the lush lawn with spectacular views of the city, followed by Nespresso affogatos in the dining room where a jaw dropping 3D printed chandelier hung.
Before they left, attendees sipped cocktails at Reagan's bar and took photos in the shower where he received the call from Jimmy Carter congratulating him on his presidency.
The White House Riviera is represented by David Offer of Berkshire Hathaway and The Society Group for PR.