Late fashion designer L’Wren Scott’s Chelsea ‘Sky Garage’ apartment sells for $6.5 million

Posted On Tue, December 20, 2016 By

Posted On Tue, December 20, 2016 By In Celebrities, Chelsea, Recent Sales

The Chelsea apartment that had been the home of late fashion designer L’Wren Scott has sold for $6.5 million according to public records. The 3,328-square-foot duplex at the Annabelle Selldorf-designed 200 Eleventh Avenue was listed earlier this year for $8.25 million after Scott’s tragic suicide shocked the fashion world in 2014 (h/t New York Post). Scott, who was Mick Jagger’s longtime girlfriend, had purchased the home in 2010 for 5.6 million. The apartment was one of the building’s famed Sky Garage units with a car elevator leading to a private 337 square-foot garage adjacent to the apartment.

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The apartment features a private elevator, 17-foot ceilings and Hudson River views through floor-to-ceiling steel casement windows. And of course, that garage; the cool thing is, you can also use that space–it’s the size of some NYC studios and has large windows, heating and A/C–as an office, art studio or mobile fashion closet.

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L'Wren Scott, 200 Eleventh Avenue, 200 11th Avenue, sky garage, celebrities, cool listings, chelsea

The West Chelsea condominium’s breathtaking views of the Hudson River and Hudson River Park steal the show in almost every room.

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On the upper floor, an oversized master bedroom opens onto to a French balcony with those river views, walls of closets and a luxurious bath. In addition to its privacy-enhancing Sky Garages, the building is known for its celebrity tenants such as Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban.

[Listing: 200 Eleventh Avenue, Apt. 9S by Robert Browne, Chris Kann and Jennifer Ireland Kubis for Corcoran Group]

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