Ian Slater and Eduardo Martinez of Compass present a noteworthy property in NYC. This quad-plex penthouse, complete with a 24hr doorman, has officially hit the market for $6.9995M. The captivating 3,785 sq ft. property has a unique and fascinating history. Most notably, Britney Spears lived in the penthouse for four years during her "Toxic" era in the early 2000s. In the 80s, renowned singer/actress Cher also owned the home before selling it to record executive Russel Simmons in 1990. Located within the Silk Building, the home caters to just about every need and desire. The building, built-in 1908, holds 55 residences and was home to the original Tower Records store in the ’80s and ’90s.
While providing desired privacy in a townhouse-like structure, the home can be entered on any of the four levels, each unveiling a new surprise. The main level of the home, where the living/dining room and the chef’s kitchen can be found, features Sub Zero and Viking appliances. For optimum convenience, the main floor, with 12-foot high ceilings, also accommodates a powder room and a full-sized laundry room.
One of the highlights of this space is the outdoor terrace, which can be found on the top level along with the den. Out on the terraced roof, you’ll find stunning sunset views with the Empire State Building in sight. Even while on the unit’s other levels, you’ll be flooded with natural light and pleasant views from the large windows.
Located in the NoHo area of Manhattan, there is no shortage of entertainment and dining fit for any taste. Some common points of interest include Zero Bond, a members-only clubhouse, and a Miami-based restaurant, Kyu, which serves Asian barbeque.
For more information, view the listing here.
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