The Greatest Showman, Hugh Jackman, Lists Picturesque NYC Condo for $38.9M

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The show must go on! Hugh Jackman, Broadway star, actor, singer, dancer, and producer, is selling his remarkable three-floor NYC condo for $38.9M. The star purchased the 11,000-square-foot property in 2008 with his wife, Deborra-Lee Furness,  for $21M.

The triplex features five bedrooms, five bathrooms, and two half-baths. It is located in the West Village, in the Richard Meier building also known as 176 Perry Street with close proximity to the Hudson River. The three-level apartment is connected by a spiral staircase that takes over the eighth, ninth, and tenth floors surrounded by high glass walls that unveil panoramic and breathtaking views of the river.

"It’s really kind of a postcard for New York,” Deborah Grubman, Real Estate Agent from Compass who holds the listing, said to Mansion Global.

The main living area is situated on the ninth floor characterized by its two-floor high glass walls. It includes the minimalist and all-white kitchen and living area with its library. Next to it, is the dining area that features a home office, a fireplace, and a beautiful all-black piano.

The primary room takes up the entire tenth floor accompanied by a gym, spa with baths and a sauna, and a dressing closet. Meanwhile, the remaining bedrooms are located on the 8th floor with ensuite baths.

The building also includes full-time doorman and concierge services, along with a state-of-the-art fitness center. Residents get to enjoy its convenient location since its steps away from The Hudson River Park and bike paths, Meatpacking District, Little Island, the Whitney Museum, and some of the best shops and restaurants in New York City. The buyer can also benefit from the dining services provided by Jean-Georges Vongerichten's Perry Street Restaurant, located inside the building.

The condo encompasses cosmopolitan living with a modern and minimalistic entourage, perfect to enjoy the assorted lifestyle of the West Village.

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