Multitalented entertainer Jennifer Lopez is selling her fly New York City duplex apartment, according to the New York Times. The price for her slice of paradise? A whopping $26,950,000.
This two-floor penthouse on the fifth and sixth floors is guaranteed to make you feel like a diva.
Described as the “crown jewel of the Whitman Mansion,” according to the listing, the 6,500-square-foot spread has four bedrooms, six full and two half-bathrooms, and 3,000 square feet of outdoor space—the size of many single-family homes.
The outdoor space spans four terraces and two floors, with views of Madison Square Park.
You enter on the fifth floor through a private elevator landing. There’s a massive great room with a skylight, three french doors, and an outdoor terrace overlooking the park. There’s also a “spectacular” kitchen with breakfast bar and dining area. Completing the floor is a private bedroom wing with three en suite baths, a staff room with full bath, and a laundry room.
Upstairs is a master suite with two bathrooms and two outdoor terraces. This floor also boasts a media room with en suite bathroom and another terrace.
Outstanding architectural details include ceiling heights of up to 12 feet, wide-plank oak floors, marble slab bathrooms, and views galore.
The sparkling terraces give the urban space a magical, serene quality, with such perks as festive lighting, a putting green, and lots of comfy couches.
The Whitman, which was constructed in 1924, was converted in 2013 into four condominiums. The boutique building, which includes Chelsea Clinton as one of its high-profile residents, has a full-time doorman, private storage, and key-locked elevators with private landings.
Lopez bought the place in 2014 for $20,161,350, according to Variety. It’s unclear if “Jenny From the Block” is searching for another NYC block for a new home, or planning to permanently settle in SoCal.
The “Shades of Blue” star seems to be focusing on her acting career, which might explain the real estate moves. She recently snapped up an estate in the exclusive Bel Air area of Los Angeles and finally unloaded her Hidden Hills home that had languished on the market since 2015.
Adam D. Modlin of the Modlin Group is representing the listing.