Uber Cofounder Breaks Record by Buying $72.5 Million Beverly Hills Compound

Garrett Camp, the multibillionaire cofounder of Uber, has added yet another property to his vast real estate portfolio. Camp and his longtime partner, Eliza Nguyen, have purchased a property in the fashionable lower Trousdale Estates neighborhood in the 90210. The couple spent a record breaking $72.5 million for a brand new estate with the sale price ranking as the highest ever paid for a home in Beverly Hills. The residence had been quietly marketed at $80 million by real estate broker, The Agency, so Nguyen-Camp purchased the compound at a $7.5 million price reduction.

The structure sits on a lot of over an acre of land and has a subterranean car gallery. The lot has a lawn and an infinity pool. The structure is considered a contemporary with Bali-influenced touches. Last sold in 2014 for 13.7 million, the Trousdale property is being developed and flipped by Dugally Oberfeld.