The designing couple gut-renovated and decorated the Greenwich Village residence.
Designers Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent have listed their duplex penthouse in Manhattan’s Greenwich Village for $10.5 million, The Wall Street Journal reports. The three-bedroom, 2,800-square-foot residence is located on the 14th and 15th floors of a prewar co-op building, according to listing agent Emily Beare of Core. Berkus and Brent purchased the building’s penthouse and an adjacent one-bedroom for $6 million in 2013. The pair then combined the units and embarked on a gut renovation and design project. “The energy we discovered working on our home together is unlike anything else,” Brent told AD. “It’s totally unfiltered. We do our best work when we are together.” The residence features a wraparound terrace, three wood-burning fireplaces, and a solarium-style window in the kitchen. Beare told the Journal that the furniture isn’t included in the asking price, but some pieces may be available for purchase.
The couple, parents to baby daughter Poppy, recently purchased a four-bedroom, five-bath 1920s Spanish Revival–style home in Los Angeles for $2.36 million.