Yankees’ Aaron Judge may have scored a swanky Murray Hill penthouse
Photo of Aaron Judge via Wiki Commons; interior rendering via Ahead Quarters, LTD
Where did Yankees’ outfielder and home run slugger Aaron Judge go yesterday after becoming the first rookie to get 100 walks in a season since 1953? Quite possibly to his pad at the glassy new rental 237 East 34th Street. A source told The Real Deal that “the Judgement” recently rented a penthouse at the Murray Hill building, and the latest such unit to go off the market is a $13,900/month duplex with two private terraces, a large open kitchen/living room plan, and East River and skyline views.
The 25-story, 105-unit building, known as the Theater House, was completed this past February, and now property investors the Gilar Group is in contract to buy the building for $110 million, though they plan to keep it as a rental.
Amenities include a roof deck, resident lounge with a terrace, fitness center, and outdoor entertainment space. Apartments have floor-to-ceiling windows, in-unit washer/dryer hookups, heated bathroom floors, and kitchens with stainless steel appliances, stone counters, and solid-wood cabinetry. Judge’s possible penthouse has two bedrooms, three bathrooms, and east- and north-facing views.
[Listing: 237 East 34th Street, PH4 by Arber Haxhaj of Ahead Quarters, LTD]
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All renderings via Ahead Quarters, LTD