Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel have acquired an impressive property portfolio over the years. There’s the massive Mediterranean villa in the Hollywood Hills, a mansion in the Yellowstone Club near Big Sky, Montana, and a 127-acre undeveloped parcel in the outskirts of downtown Nashville.
With this impressive real estate on their books, it makes sense that Timberlake and Biel decided they don’t need two Manhattan apartments. They’re hanging on to the larger $20-million Tribeca duplex, making their “starter” apartment–one of the finest penthouses in SOHO–available for $8 million.
Designed by architect Gwathmey Siegel in 2007, the metal-and-glass Soho Mews features spacious well-lit, loft-style condos that have stunning views of Soho’s famous Cast Iron district.
The crown jewel of this celeb-filled building, this over 2500-square-foot penthouse Timberlake used to call home, has 10 ft floor-to-ceiling windows, wide-plank hardwoods, and custom fittings for art gallery displays.
An 853-square-foot wraparound living room was the perfect home for Timberlake’s grand piano. The 3 bedrooms and 3.5 baths make this a versatile living or entertaining space.
A beautiful penthouse like this wouldn’t be complete without luxury amenities including 24-hour door and concierge services, a private-entrance on-site parking garage, a modern fitness center, and live-in super.
One of the nicest features is the common garden and courtyard located between the West Broadway and Wooster Street buildings. It’s a patch of green serenity among the 175,000-square-feet of classic elegance and contemporary comfort of the Soho Mews.