This luxury light-flooded Benjamin Noriega-Ortiz –designed duplex sits atop 101 Warren Street building in Tribeca, New York. The 5,769 square foot condominium featuers 4 bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms and 8 rooms for other domestic purposes. TriBeCa comprises the area south of Canal Street, between Broadway and West Street, and is noted for being home to the Tribeca Film Festival.
The duplex of late Wall Street millionaire, Christopher Browne and his male-partner in life, late architect Andrew Gordon has recently been put on the open market with a $29.9million price tag. The plush 12-room duplex condominium, purchased by Browne in 2000, sprawls over 6,286 square feet across the whole 30th and 31st floors of a 43-story building.
Rock legend’s luxury duplex is perched on the top floor of the New Museum’s 158 Mercer St. building in Soho, the star-studded Manhattan neighborhood. Bon Jovi bought the 5-bedroom and 5.5 bathrooms six years ago reportedly for $24 million. The 7,452-square-foot abode is fully furnished and features 11’ ceilings, wood-burning fireplaces, arched windows, state-of-the-art visual and audio equipment, three spacious terraces, two streamlined kitchens and a private screening room. It has 11 rooms altogether.
The Goddess of Pop, singer-actress Cher, has listed her two-storyluxury condo perched on the 26th and 27th floors of star-studded Sierra Towers buildings in West Hollywood, CA as off market. Cher paid for it somewhere between $3 and 4.5 million in January 2006 and redesigned it with the help of friend and interior designer Martyn Lawrence-Bullard into ‘something ethnic, spicy and romantic’. The predominant colors of her rooms creams, ivories and buttery beiges.