'Shark Tank' star Robert Herjavec just sold his gorgeous Los Angeles condo for $4.15 million

A "big surprise party" back at the condo

A condo in West Hollywood
Robert Herjavec, one of the star investors on ABC's popular "Shark Tank" reality show, just made a quick million bucks on his latest investment: a condo in West Hollywood.

Herjavec paid $3.15 million for the two-bedroom apartment in a tower complex just off the Sunset Strip in January of 2015, records show. He just closed the sale for $4.15 million, the Los Angeles Times reports.

A Canadian entrepreneur, investor, and author, Herjavec has appeared on the ABC series since 2009, investing over $16 million in companies like Tipsy Elves and Breathometer. In more personal news, he recently became engaged to his "Dancing with the Stars" dance partner Kym Johnson. After the proposal, they celebrated with a "big surprise party" back at the condo, according to ABC News.

The 17th-floor aerie has soaring city, ocean, and sunset views and a spacious terrace. See inside the shark's sleek former digs, below.

The 1,627-square-foot condo is on the 17th floor of Sierra Towers, a high-rise just off the Sunset Strip in West Hollywood.

The views are panoramic. It's the only condo tower in the area.

The two-bedroom is a southeast-facing corner unit, giving it enviable vistas from all angles.

Floor-to-ceiling glass makes for a prime office perch.

The open-plan living area takes full advantage of the views and light.

Another look at the living area, decorated in a comfortable, minimalist style.

A terrace expands off of the condo.

There's plenty of outdoor living space for warm California nights.

Inside, even the spacious walk-in closet has ocean views.

Here is a minimalist bathroom setup.

A second bathroom has a walk-in shower.

The bedrooms have large windows and boast neutral color palettes.

This looks like it might be Herjavec's own closet, replete with dress shirts and suits.

One bedroom has its own outdoor lounge area on an adjoining terrace.

The open kitchen has bar seating and high-end appliances.

In the evenings, LA's lights come to life, including the car lights from the busy Sunset Strip below.

It's not a bad spot — but perhaps the shark is looking for something a little closer to water.


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