Jennifer Lopez is again trying to sell the Manhattan penthouse she bought for $20.16 million in 2014, Realtor.com reports. The executor first listed the 10,000-square-foot apartment for sale about six years ago and has listed and delisted it nearly every year since then, according to public records. Even after cutting the price by $2 million in 2019, followed by another removal from the market in 2021, she still couldn’t sell it. Maybe, Arrival wedding The star’s attempts to get rid of property this time will yield more favorable results.
Located just around the corner from Madison Square Park in the Whitman Building, the four-bedroom, eight-bathroom penthouse is as grand as the city in which it’s located. Although the building was originally built in 1924, it has been completely modernized with Italian marble and recessed lighting, as well as other key amenities such as a private key elevator and smart home system. The aforementioned elevator leads to an impressive great room with 12-foot ceilings like the rest of the rooms, as well as skylights that add to the spacious feel. French doors open onto one of four terraces, offering a place to enjoy the sights and sounds of New York without getting caught up in the hustle and bustle. Upstairs, the romantic master suite features French doors backed by floor-to-ceiling white sheer curtains that open onto terraces in both the bedroom and bathroom.
Another highlight is the decadent chef’s kitchen, which features sleek white custom cabinetry, a large island, a temperature-controlled wine refrigerator, and numerous windows that create a New York City feel and keep the space bright.
While she’s certainly been trying to free her real estate portfolio from the abode for some time, that challenge hasn’t stopped Lopez from acquiring additional luxury properties, including the giant $61 million Beverly Hills home she and Ben Affleck purchased in June after your last wedding. summer.