Fittingly on the heels of the Met Gala comes another extraordinary fashion unveiling: The gorgeous Tribeca townhouse owned by J. Crew CEO Mickey Drexler.
Hitting the market today for $29,995,000, the five-floor townhouse occupies 9,000 square feet and includes a basement and a roof deck with views of the Hudson River, which lies two blocks to the west.
Drexler hired the services of French architect Thierry Despont to transform the building, which was once an industrial warehouse, into a sensory gift of colors, layers, and textures perfectly fitting for the CEO of one of fashion’s leading apparel outfitters.
In addition to the roof top terrace, the property has 5 bedrooms, 5 full bathrooms and 2 half-baths, a custom eat-in kitchen, gym, sauna and commercial-sized elevator.
And rather than explain the finishes, take a look yourself.