J.Crew CEO Mickey Drexler is Selling His Decked-Out Tribeca Townhouse
For the fashion-forward house hunter with $29.995 million to spend, Mickey Drexler's converted warehouse home just might be the winning ticket.
The J.Crew CEO's 9,000-square-foot downtown Manhattan townhouse has hit the market for just shy of $30 million, the Wall Street Journal reported. He bought it in 2008 for $5.5 million.
A converted coffee warehouse from the 1890s, the eclectic Tribeca home is filled with colorful design details and custom amenities, including a rooftop terrace, sauna, and commercial-sized elevator.
This is Drexler's second property currently on the market; the other is a $24.95 million townhouse, also in Tribeca. He sold a massive Hamptons estate last summer for a whopping $50 million. Drexler's primary home is reportedly an Upper East Side apartment.
This listing is with CORE's Shaun Osher and Jim St. Andre.