Jennifer Lawrence has officially sold her New York City penthouse, which was originally listed at $15.45 million, for $9.9 million.Must SeeTop 10 Florida Condos For Sale
With changes in tax deduction limits and the advent of COVID-19, the luxury real estate market has taken a big hit in New York City. Located on the Upper East Side, the Academy Award-winning star of The Hunger Games, Silver Linings Playbook and American Hustle had her lovely penthouse on the market since last summer with occasional price cuts. However, with lockdowns, travel restrictions and property showings restricted since early spring, even selling at a loss in some cases is better than no sale at all. In Lawrence’s case, considering her estimated $130 million net worth, her $5.5 million loss on the penthouse is more like a mosquito bite that doesn’t itch. Though Jennifer got her big break in NYC, her rapidly growing career has had her living mostly in her $8 million Beverly Hills gated community since 2015.
Jennifer’s sold penthouse is located at the top of The Laurel, a 30-story condominium on New York’s Upper East Side. Aside from its stunning interior and views to die for, its two-floors of outdoor terraces encompass all one could ask for gracious entertaining including an outdoor kitchen, fireplace with pergola, built-in pingpong table and amazing views of the city and Hudson River. The 4,073-square-foot apartment has three bedrooms, five baths and is filled with light through walls of glass. The formal living and dining room is surrounded by stunning city views and the eat-in chef’s kitchen has everything for the serious cook. The master suite is unusually large and the game room opens to yet another spectacular view. The building’s amenities include a concierge, full-time doorman, gym, pool, sauna, screening room and private storage.
Superstar Jennifer Lawrence has closed on the sale of her glamorous New York penthouse. Listed in 2019 for $15.45 million, it underwent two price cuts and was priced at $12 million when it sold for $9.9 million. The listing agent was Pamela D’Arc of Compass, New York City.
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