J.Crew’s CEO Lists New York Home For $29.95M
For the fashion-forward house hunter, this converted New York warehouse owned by J.Crew CEO Mickey Drexler just might be the winning ticket! Located right in the heart of Tribeca, the former coffee plant is listed for $29.95 million.
The property underwent extensive renovations and has been converted into a single-family residence, boasting five stories (plus basement) with five bedrooms, five-and-a-half baths and a rooftop terrace with views of the Hudson River. Designed by renowned French architect Thierry Despont, every square foot makes a bold statement. Click through to see inside!
The façade includes the original sign from one of the coffee companies that occupied the space when it was still a factory.
Several original industrial elements were kept in the new design, like the steel beams by the staircase in this entryway.
A bright red rug adds drama in the living room, setting the tone for the earthy colors in the space.
A retro Sputnik-style chandelier steals the show in this den. Saffron yellow chairs add a cheerful vibe.
Burnished tan leather panels surround the fireplace, letting the cheerful yellow chairs take center stage.
In the dining room, an accent wall is painted in a stylized industrial scene, adding graphic punch to the space.
The spacious eat-in kitchen boasts tons of counter space, plus an eight-person dining table.
Funky decor, like this yellow gear, adds a steampunk aesthetic to the CEO’s home office.
The black and yellow motif in this bedroom is muted for a more relaxing feel.
Patterned rugs and throw pillows add personality to the space.
The beige bathroom takes a break from color, offering a soothing space to unwind.
Black trim on doors and crown molding makes a bold statement in this hallway.
The black and white aesthetic in this bathroom is sleek and sophisticated.
A chaise lounge offers the perfect place for late-night reading.
Graphic patterned wallpaper reminiscent of a kaleidoscope energizes this spare bedroom.