From Entertainment Tonight to Real Estate All Over

Mary Hart and husband Burt Sugarman are set to swap LA Live for Sierra Towers.

When Mary Hart capped her 2011 retirement from Entertainment Tonight with a fun “Top Ten List” on The Late Show, she ended by telling Dave: “I’ll see you at The Yellowstone Club.” Letterman has owned a ranch in Montana since 1999 and is known to frequent that nearby exclusive enclave.

This weekend, LA Times celebrity real estate columnist Mary Beale is re-headlining something she first reported for the paper late last month: the record-setting purchase by Hart and husband Burt Sugarman of a Sierra Towers condominium in West Hollywood for $8 million, and plans to sell their LA Live downtown condo.

The real estate trail trodden by Hart since retiring is worthy of the celebrities she covered for so many years. In 2013, the couple sold their Trousdale estate to an Arab sheik. And per a recent Wall Street Journal report, much has been going on at the aforementioned Yellowstone Club since Hart touched on it with Letterman in the spring of 2011:

In 2013, the couple listed their 160-acre Elk Horn ranch in the club for $26.5 million, later reducing its price to $21 million. Now the couple has listed a roughly 7,850-square-foot house for $7.9 million. The five-bedroom house is on a roughly 2½-acre lot with mountain views and a pond. The house also has a game room and home theater.

Sugarman said he and Ms. Hart first bought property in the club in the early 2000s, and have added additional parcels over the years… They are also building two spec homes within the club, with plans to put them on the market when they’re completed.

Sierra Towers was originally developed by Walter and Leo Minskoff, whose local properties include The Minskoff Theatre.