Kim Kardashian’s neighbors refused to stop building an ‘underground vault’ on her Hidden Hills home

A bid to halt construction on Kim Kardashian’s Hidden Hills property has been turned down at this time.

The Skims tycoon, 41, has been at odds with neighbors since she began planning to add various ‘underground’ features like parking, a guardhouse and a ‘wellness centre’ to her southern California sprawl.

In September, a neighbor filed a lawsuit against the Hidden Hills Community Association seeking to block construction on Kardashian’s property, following an emergency request to halt construction while the lawsuit unfolded.

In a minor victory for Kardashian’s team, the emergency claim against the community association was denied by a judge on Nov. 2, citing “no evidence of urgency or urgency,” according to documents obtained by People. .

Small victory: A bid to halt construction on Kim Kardashian’s Hidden Hills property has been turned down for the time being. Kardashian is seen on November 1 above

Construction is expected to continue until January, when an indictment hearing will be held to re-determine whether the project should be halted while the trial continues.

According to the lawsuit filed by Hidden Hills resident Sarah Key, Kardashian’s construction plans for the $60 million home include an “underground vault, underground parking garage, adjoining underground “wellness center” and a post independent guardian”.

But at the time of the initial lawsuit in September, sources close to Kim told TMZ that she had no plans to build a vault.

In her quirky September suit, Key told the community association to halt Kardashian’s plan to “flatten two hills” and rely on “two high-pressure gas transmission lines,” in favor of the preservation of the community. ‘natural and rustic country setting.’

The documents added that construction on the gas lines would put “members of the Hidden Hills community at risk of catastrophic bodily injury and actual property damage beyond repair.”

However, insiders have assured TMZ Kim’s building plans are made in consultation with the housing association to ensure they follow all the rules.

Work in progress: The Skims tycoon, 41, has been at odds with neighbors since she began planning to add various 'underground' features like parking, a guardhouse and a 'wellness center' be” at its Southern California sprawl

Work in progress: The Skims tycoon, 41, has been at odds with neighbors since she began planning to add various ‘underground’ features like parking, a guardhouse and a ‘wellness center’ be” at its Southern California sprawl

Concerns: In his original September costume, Key told the community association to stop Kardashian's plan to

Concerns: In his quirky September costume, Key told the community association to halt Kardashian’s plan to ‘flatten two hills’ and rely on ‘two high-pressure gas transmission lines’, by in favor of preserving the community’s “natural and rustic country setting”.

Kim and ex-husband Kanye West bought the home for $20 million in 2014.

They lived with his mother Kris Jenner while the property was being renovated and they moved into the estate in 2017.

Last year, Architectural Digest described the home’s renovations as transforming it from a “suburban McMansion” into a “futuristic Belgian monastery”.

Although Kim was initially a fan of the mansion as is, Kanye took an active interest in remodeling its design, something he had long had a passion for.

Pricy: Kim and her ex-husband Kanye West bought the house for $20 million in 2014

Pricy: Kim and her ex-husband Kanye West bought the house for $20 million in 2014

Eye-catching: After meeting him in Europe, Kanye entrusted Belgian designer Axel Vervoordt with the task of creating the house's minimalist all-white design.

Eye-catching: After meeting him in Europe, Kanye entrusted Belgian designer Axel Vervoordt with the task of creating the house’s minimalist all-white design.

After meeting him in Europe, Kanye entrusted Belgian designer Axel Vervoordt with the task of creating the house’s minimalist all-white design.

“When I saw the kind of work he was doing, I thought: this man could design Batman’s house. I had to work with him,” Kanye said, adding, “It was a coup to get Axel to come to Calabasas to do a McMansion again, which is basically what the house was.

Although an all-white house might seem like a disaster in the making with four young children, the space of the Hidden Hills home leaves plenty of options for North, eight, Saint, five, Chicago, three, and Psalm, two.

“Kids ride their scooters down the halls and jump on the Axel coffee tables, which they use as a sort of stage,” Kanye explained.

But Kim added that they don’t treat their home like a temple, even though it might look like one.

“At the end of the day, we don’t take it too seriously. We’re not going to be fanatics,” she said.

Fully stocked: the house has a

Fully stocked: Home has “Pentagon-like security”, “open kitchen” and daily “staff kitchen”, master bedroom “the size of an airplane hangar “, according to a 2019 Vogue article

In a 2019 Vogue article, writer Jonathan Van Meter described “Pentagon-like security” he had to go through before entering the house.

Kim has two kitchens inside the house, a “staff kitchen” which the family uses on a daily basis and a “demonstration kitchen” which she uses for entertaining.

The house is huge even for a family of six, and Kim’s master bedroom has been described as “the size of an airplane hangar”, with a master bathroom that “offers a shower big enough for a basketball team”.

Kim and Kanye started dating in 2012 and married in 2014 in Florence, Italy, but Kim filed for divorce in February.

Since then, she has been seen hanging out with SNL comedian Pete Davidson.

Bonny J. Streater