It cost Lewis Hamilton more to sell his luxury apartment in New York than it did to win Formula 1 championships. With seven world titles behind him, the Briton had to cut the triple he bought four years ago for $43.9 million by $5 million. . millions of dollars.
In February 2020, he already put it up for sale for $57 million, 13 more than he paid in 2017, but he hasn’t received any offer that interests him. And now, finally, after the exciting discount, the Selling for $49.5 million; In practice, his annual profit is estimated at 50 million dollars.
The attractive and controversial Mercedes driver who He usually lives in Mnaco, but has homes in Geneva and LondonIn addition to New York, he was knighted in the United Kingdom at the end of 2020 after equaling Michael Schumacher’s record of seven world champion titles in Formula 1. The environment, human rights, democracy and the fight against racism have contributed positively. To become “Sir” Hamilton, a gentleman, at the age of thirty-six, possesses a substantial real estate heritage.
The identity of his “penthouse” buyer is unknown but what is known is that Dorm, loft styleI just got it On the top floor of an old converted binderyBuilt in 1883 by architect Charles Height, it is the largest of the 53 buildings in the building.
As a former factory, the low-rise red brick building retains some of its industrial flair with wooden beams and arches in the double-height living room. Floating stairs and a private elevator connecting the three floors. Another elevator goes directly from the entrance to the building to the lobby of the apartment.
Located In the exclusive Tribeca neighborhood It overlooks the Hudson River, and occupies 827 m2 of internal housing, with impressive ceilings about 7 meters high, ms 318 m2 of outdoor space, spread over several terraces. These measurements are uncommon for apartments in Manhattan, making them a convenient property for the picky.
The attic is spread over three floorsAbove it is a living room that opens to the outdoor area, revealing an elegant terrace with an outside kitchen, dining room, different seating areas and, most strikingly, pool with waterfallArched windows flood the large, double-height room with light, creating a charming and luxurious space.
Six bedrooms and eight bathroomsThe main rooms have hydromassage tubs, a large open plan kitchen with a marble island, dishwashers, a six-burner stove, and a wine cellar, and the Triplex also has a large living room, multimedia room, and library-study with a gas fireplace.
The master suite, complete with a gas fireplace, forms a complete suite of the house. It has a dressing room, double dressing table, private study, mini bar, and private bathroom with bathtub and rain shower.
Outside the apartment, the building also provides Indoor swimming pool with a length of 21 meters, a Hammer Turkish Sport club With steam room, a Children’s playroom, a terrace Community on the roof and yard. All residents enjoy 24 hour concierge service.
What other “celebrities” are like Justin Timberlake, Jessica Biel, Jake Gyllenhaal, Blake Lively, Ryan Reynolds or comedian Rebel Wilson bought homes in the same building They didn’t make the pilot change his mind. Which the neighborhood loves. Proof of this is that in 2019 he acquired another penthouse in the emblematic 70 Vestry building, just two minutes away from it, for $40.7 million, overlooking Hudson Bay and also occupied by famous residents such as the city’s star. Brady and his wife, Brazilian model Gisele Bendchen and Julia Hart, CEO and star of the Netflix series My Unorthodox Life. With Julia, Lewis shares that they are “partners” to the platform, as the pilot is the star of Drive to Survive, as well as from Netflix.
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