Karlie Kloss and Josh Kushner’s Nolita pad sells for $6.6M
Supermodel Karlie Kloss and hubby Josh Kushner, investor and brother to Trump advisor/son-in-law Jared Kushner, have sold their downtown Manhattan newlywed nest at 211 Elizabeth Street for $6.6 million, the New York Post reports. The pair, who tied the knot last year, listed the 2,000-square-foot home with interiors by Roman and Williams and a 1,120-square-foot landscaped terrace, last February for $6.9 million.
The apartment’s good looks are courtesy of designers-to-the-stars Roman and Williams. A 28-foot-long living room holds a trio of distinct sitting areas; the focal point of this room is a dramatic wood-burning fireplace of flamed granite. Throughout the home, walnut flooring is laid in herringbone pattern and complemented by meticulous millwork.
A large open kitchen was designed with Danish walnut cabinetry and is equipped with Viking and Sub-Zero appliances. Just beyond is a dining area with floor-to-ceiling French doors leading to the terrace.
French doors also lead to the master suite that includes a marble-clad bath. In addition, there are two walk-in closets and a large linen closet. A second bedroom–currently being used as a media room–is lined with custom built-ins storage and boasts a walk-in closet. The home’s second bath offers a Watermark steam shower with bench.
The aforementioned terrace boasts two ivy-clad pergolas and a gas fireplace. With a surface of red brick herringbone pavers, this tranquil outdoor oasis is a rare find in a full-service downtown Manhattan condo. The terrace can be accessed from three different rooms in the apartment.
Amenities at the boutique luxury condominium include a doorman and superintendent, a gym, a bike room, private storage and a newly renovated and landscaped roof terrace. In addition to the Kushner-Klosses, Billy Joel, who purchased a unit for his daughter Alexa Ray Joel, was an early celebrity buyer in the building.
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