Jennifer Lawrence is Lowering the Price of Her NYC Penthouse

Jennifer Lawrence listed her NYC penthouse this summer for a price of $15.45 million but it seems like the Oscar-winning actress is in a rush to sell the property. She is now lowering the price of her luxury home to $14.25 million.

The interior of the elegant apartment combines a variety of amenities for entertainment and relaxation, offering the beautiful views of Manhattan. Take a sneak peek of the astonishing townhouse.

The property is located in the Upper East Side. She purchased this NYC gem in 2016 for $15.6 million. The huge apartment is 4,073 square-feet, encompassing unbelievably modern and stylish living spaces. The 3 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms are well equipped, with high quality finishes.

The cherry on top is the two-floor exterior space that is meant for family gatherings while viewing the admirable landscapes. The patio includes seating areas, a fireplace, and an outdoor kitchen among other interesting features.

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Andy Warhol’s First Art Studio On the Market for $10M

Andy Warhol’s first studio in New York’s Upper East Side is now on the market.

Warhol originally lived in a townhouse near 98th and Lexington with is mother but after he took over the New York art scene with his pop art he needed more space for his work. So, he found an empty firehouse on 87th Street and wrote a letter to the city requesting a lease.

At $150 a month, this two-story firehouse without heat and running water became his first official art studio. It is said that Warhol created his famous “Death and Disaster” series in this space. Now, over five decades later, the space has been listed for $9,975,000.

Built in 1910, this space consists of 5,000 square feet. Listed by Cushman & Wakefield, the property is “a unique opportunity that offers a developer a blank canvas to create boutique condominiums, a mixed-use rental or a luxury townhouse on a site that is both rich in history and conveniently located for transportation.

Just a short walk to the Guggenheim and the Metropolitan Museum of a Art and a couple of blocks from Central Park, the location is ideal.


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