Interior designers Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent are listing their duplex penthouse, but, sadly, they aren’t including the furniture. The pair are looking to sell their 2,800-square-foot Village co-op unit at 39 Fifth Avenue for $10.5 million.
The apartment, which was featured on the cover of October’s Architectural Digest, features a massive, windowed walk-in closet divided into two parts. It also has two terraces and three fireplaces.
The designers bought the penthouse unit along with an adjacent apartment in 2013 for about $6 million, CORE’s Emily Beare, who is listing the unit, told the Wall Street Journal.
Berkus and Brent aren’t including their furniture in the sales price, but Beare told the Journal they’d consider selling individual pieces.
39 Fifth Avenue, built in 1922, stands 14 stories and encompasses 62,000 square feet.