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You'll Never Guess What Fredrik Eklund's $60M Soho Penthouse Listing Has on Its Rooftop
The Million Dollar Listing New York broker has one of Manhattan's most expensive listings.
Million Dollar Listing New York's Fredrik Eklund recently nabbed the hottest listing in Soho — an uber stylish 8,000 square foot loft with six terraces and a storied address. There’s just one little catch: It costs a staggering $59.5 million dollars! Which means unless you’ve got his and hers private jets parked in your backyard right now, it’s probably not for you. But that doesn’t mean we still can’t dream, right? Because this apartment is literally what Soho dreams are made of.
This so- called “vertical mansion” includes four bedrooms, seven bathrooms, 15-foot ceilings, wood burning fireplaces, a fitness room, and a sprawling 3,700 square foot outdoor space with multiple terraces and, yes, an open-air built-in Jacuzzi! Designed by interiors luminaries Roman and Williams, who count Gwyneth Paltrow and Facebook as clients, the apartment is brimming with industrial touches — it is housed in a historic 19th-century cast iron building, after all. A sad detail to note: This is also the building where Heath Ledger passed away.
Want to see what $7,437 per square foot gets you? Let’s take a look.
The home recently underwent a complete renovation with new custom fabricated steel doors, windows, and skylights. The great room features six oversized arched windows overlooking the streets of Soho below.
Custom designed by Roman and Williams, the massive kitchen features an 86-inch range, granite countertops from Germany, and a wood-burning fireplace, as well as two butler's pantries and wine rooms.
This master suite comes equipped with walk-in dressing rooms, a coffee bar with a refrigerator, a wood-burning fireplace, and dual private terraces for when, you know, you need some space because 8,000 square feet is not enough.
The master suite baths are his and hers as well and are bedecked with enough marble to fill a quarry.
And let's not forget, the multi-terraced outdoor space comes with your very own Jacuzzi for relaxing en plein air. And no, this isn't the above-ground hot tub made famous in the '80s. Surrounded by bluestone, this built-in jacuzzi is a mini-pool in it's own right.
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