Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel have put their SoHo, New York penthouse for sale for $7.995million.
Based atop a complex designed by celebrated architect Gwathmey Siegel, the 2,598 square feet apartment was originally purchased by the couple for a modest $6.5 million in 2010.
Upwards of a million dollars in profit is now hoped to be made from any potential sale after their recent acquisition of a penthouse at 443 Greenwich Street to the tune of $20 million.
It’s all yours: Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel have put their SoHo, New York penthouse for sale for $7.995million
Profit margin: The couple originally purchased their SoHo Mews property for $6.5 million in 2010
The listed apartment comes with three bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms, while an 850-square-feet terrace wraps around three sides of the building.
A spacious living area offers plenty of space to relax and unwind, with upholstered leather chairs and sofas stationed on either side of a large coffee table.
Floor-to-ceiling windows offer stunning views across downtown Manhattan, while adding light and space to the property’s already sizable floor-space.
Sleep well: Its three bedrooms all feature prominent views across downtown Manhattan
The basics: Minimalism is a recurring theme, with the rooms relying on tasteful decor and limited homewear
With bare white walls and custom wood paneling featuring throughout, the apartment has a sparse, minimalist look, underscored by its polished, clinically white kitchen and adjacent dining room.
The kitchen also features Valcucine cabinetry, a built-in refrigerator and oven and plenty of room for wine storage.
A small breakfast nook, occupied by three chairs, provides additional seating space, while floor-to-ceiling windows once again offer enviable views of New York.
Let’s eat: A modest dining room sits adjacent to an open plan kitchen, while stark white walls add to the apartment’s minimal theme
Three’s company: A trio of identical chair occupy a space next to the kitchen’s breakfast nook
Man of the wood: Custom wood paneling is also a prominent feature throughout the apartment
Those hoping for a better glimpse at the city can do so by virtue of its three concrete terraces, accessible through a series of glass paneled doors.
Of it 3.5 bathrooms, a white marble bath offers a stunning focal point, with polished white surfaces once again adding to the apartment’s clinical feel.
The building also comes with a concierge, private parking and its very own fitness studio.
Wash and whoah! A white marble bath serves as a focal point in one of the apartment’s 3.5 bathrooms
A breath of fresh air: Those hoping for a better glimpse at the city can do so by virtue of its three concrete terraces, accessible through a series of glass paneled doors
Meanwhile Justin and Jessica’s Greenwich red-brick Greenwich penthouse, purchased in 2017, dates back to the 1880s and was revamped by architecture firm CetraRuddy.
Notable features include a 24-hour doorman, a lush interior courtyard, a shared 71-foot pool, a temperature-controlled wine cellar, a 5,000-square-foot roof terrace and an underground garage.
Hollywood couple Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively have also reportedly bought there, as did Hunger Games star Jennifer Lawrence.
According to property website The Real Deal, British Formula One driver Lewis Hamilton snagged another of the penthouses, which was priced at $54 million.