Grand Tudor City penthouse from ‘Spider-Man’ movies returns for $1.99M
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Grand Tudor City penthouse from ‘Spider-Man’ movies returns for $1.99M

July 30, 2021

Listings photos by Yale Wagner

The grand apartment that served as “the Green Goblin’s lair” in all three Spider-Man movies is back on the market for $1,999,000. In addition to the Hollywood cache, the triplex penthouse at 5 Tudor City Place has 18-foot ceilings, views of the Chrysler Building and One Vanderbilt, a wrapping cast-iron staircase, and a private roof terrace.

As for the home’s impeccable decor, it’s currently owned by interior designer Kittie Lonsdale, who owns the firm Lifestyle Space Design. She featured the home in Curbed shortly after moving in and renovating it and said she was inspired by the romance of “old English country homes.”

The lower level is completely occupied by the great room, which boasts 18-foot ceilings, 15-foot casement windows overlooking the Midtown skyline, refinished herringbone floors, and a 1920s-era wood-burning fireplace that was remodeled to match the original mantel mirror and original moldings. The wrapping staircase was also refinished and customized with a hand-painted cast iron stair railing.

A powder room on the lower level is hidden behind a custom European wall mural doorway; the mural extends into the bathroom itself.

Upstairs, the landing is currently configured as an office, but it is marked on the floorplan as the dining room.

Off the landing is the kitchen. It’s much less glamorous than the rest of the place, but it was recently renovated and has new GE appliances including a dishwasher and washer/dryer.

The other end of the second floor is occupied by the bedroom suite. The bedroom has two walk-in closets, as well as two additional closets, and the en-suite bathroom features two hand-carved Venetian mirrors, new chrome and crystal fixtures, a deep soaking tub, and a heated towel rack.

Finally, the third floor is an incredible roof terrace situated behind the building’s Gothic ornamentation and overlooking landmarks like the Chrysler Building and One Vanderbilt. At nearly 300 square feet, the terrace has a Pergola outfitted with custom Sunbrella drapes.

The co-op building is called Windsor Tower. It was built in 1929 and has a total of 799 apartments spread across its 25 floors. Amenities include a 24-hour doorman, laundry room, gym, storage room, bike room, and community room.

[Listing details: 5 Tudor City Place, PH5 at CityRealty]

[At Compass by Maggie Wu, Stephanie Guerrier, and Julia Hoagland]


Listings photos by Yale Wagner

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