It isn’t shocking that a residential building regarded as “the finest loft building in Manhattan” would house a unit that’s accompanied by a $24,950,000 price tag.
“The kind of loft that everyone imagines and desires, yet never finds,” is how this almost $25 million home has been described. Currently, the swanky apartment is owned by Mickey Drexler, chairman and CEO of J.Crew Group. Drexler has been credited with helping to grow Gap to be the fashion powerhouse that it is today.
The Tribeca pad located at 140 Franklin Street features both architectural and interior designs from world-renowned French architect, Thierry Despont, as well as 11-foot high ceilings, large windows, wide plank Brazilian floors, and industrial doors.
The 6,226-square-foot condo, with five bedrooms, seven and a half bathrooms, and an 82-foot-wide living room, also has a master suite offering privacy, a stainless steel Varenna kitchen, a grand dining area, an office, multiple parlor sitting areas, and a billiards area. There’s additional space throughout the home that could potentially be used for a variety of things, such as “staff rooms, a fitness room and a study/library, or more bedrooms.”
The listing agent for this property is Jim St. Andre of Corenyc.com.
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