Jennifer Lawrence sells Upper East Side penthouse at a $6M loss

Posted On Tue, August 4, 2020 By

Posted On Tue, August 4, 2020 By In Celebrities, Recent Sales, Upper East Side

All photos courtesy of Compass

In 2016, Jennifer Lawrence picked up a $15.6 million penthouse on the Upper East Side. She must have really wanted to offload it, because last summer, she listed it for $15,450,000 and dropped it to $12 million earlier this month. According to city property records, the Oscar-winning actress ultimately sold the home at 400 East 67th Street for $9,900,000, taking a nearly $6 million loss. Listing agent Pamela D’Arc of Compass declined to comment on the sale.

The 4,073-square-foot apartment has three bedrooms, four-and-a-half bathrooms, and a two-story terrace. A key-locked elevator opens to an entry hallway that opens to the dining room. From there, a double-sided limestone gas fireplace separates the living room and a media room. This entire great room measures 53′ x 21′ and has 12-foot ceilings. The space is surrounded by windows with western, southern, northern, and eastern city views that overlook the East River, 59th Street Bridge, and lower Manhattan.

On the other side of the dining room is the kitchen and breakfast room. There’s custom white lacquer cabinetry with white honed Carrera marble countertops, stainless convection and steam ovens, and a wine fridge.

Separate from the living spaces are the bedrooms. The two secondary bedrooms have en-suite bathrooms and ample closet space. In the master suite, the former fourth bedroom has been turned into a large dressing room. The master bath has an oversized soaking tub, glass walk-in shower, and a marble trough sink with a vanity backlit TV display.

Both the master bedroom and the great room open to the lower level terrace. The total outdoor space totals 3,000 square feet. On this level, there are areas for lounging or dining, as well as south and east river views. Up the stairway, the roof terrace boasts an outdoor living room with a gas fireplace, a turf lawn for additional seating, a built-in ping-pong table, and a full outdoor kitchen with a built-in grill, sink, and refrigerator.

One year after Lawrence bought this home, she dropped $9 million on a loft at Tribeca’s celeb hotspot 443 Greenwich Street. Shortly thereafter, she listed it as a $27,500/month rental. The recent sale on the Upper East Side was first spotted by the Post, and the final sales price was confirmed via a Tweet by the Wall Street Journal’s Katherine Clarke.

[Via CityRealty]

[At Compass by Pamela D’Arc]

All photos courtesy of Compass

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