Famed entrepreneur, hotelier and actual property developer Ian Schrager – of Studio 54 fame – has simply listed his West Village full-floor house for $9,950,000.
This was one of many first purchases within the iconic Richard Meyer-designed constructing, which boasts A-list residents like Calvin Klein, Hugh Jackman, Nicole Kidman, Jean George and extra.
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The three,700 square-foot non-public ground has 10ft floor-to-ceiling home windows and sweeping iconic views of the Hudson River and town skyline.
The format is gentle and vivid, and is ideal for entertaining, additionally providing an abundance of wall house for artwork.
The nice room on the waterfront options these huge home windows that showcase 43-feet of expansive views.
The Hudson River, Hudson Waterfront Park, and the skyline views move gracefully into the social chef’s kitchen and eating space.
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A library and media room and a fourth bed room with visitor lavatory completes the house’s grand entertaining house.
The master suite options an en-suite lavatory with separate bathe, deep soaking tub, and personal water closet and delightful windowed dressing room.
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The extra two visitor bedrooms have en-suite loos, and there is additionally a employees room with a personal lavatory.
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The property is listed with Douglas Elliman’s Madeline Hult Elghanayan and Dennis Mangone.
Who’s Ian Schrager?
Ian Schrager is an American entrepreneur, hotelier and actual property developer, usually credited with co-creating the ’boutique resort’ fashion of lodging. Initially, he gained fame as co-owner and co-founder of Studio 54, and in addition based the Palladium nightclub and the Morgans Lodge Group.
He has labored with acclaimed designer Philippe Starck on a lot of his resorts, together with the Mondrian Lodge in West Hollywood, the Hudson Lodge in New York, the place he absolutely realized his ‘resort as way of life’ idea, and St. Martins Lane Lodge and Sanderson Lodge in London, amongst others.