When you’re alone and life is making you lonely, you may all the time go — downtown.
A $50 million penthouse is in contract at 56 Leonard St., a 60-story glass skyscraper, referred to as the “Jenga Building.”
The deal for the Herzog & de Meuron-designed Tribeca trophy is the costliest downtown penthouse sale of the year, stated itemizing dealer Clayton Orrigo of Compass, who declined to ID the purchaser.
At 7,779 sq. ft, the sprawling skypad options 19-foot ceilings, double peak home windows, white oak and stone flooring, a gasoline fire, a chef’s kitchen and three terraces totaling 1,252 sq. ft with panoramic water and metropolis skyline views.
Residents of the constructing embrace the singer Frank Ocean.
If you’re on the lookout for one thing rather less expensive in the constructing, actor/comic Keegan-Michael Key, who co-created and co-starred in Comedy Central’s “Key and Peele” collection with Jordan Peele, has additionally listed his 35th-floor apartment in the constructing for $5.49 million.
Key’s 1,624-square-foot pad comes with two bedrooms and 2½ bogs. The stylish digs additionally boast 11-foot ceilings, floor-to-ceiling home windows, an entrance gallery that results in a lounge, together with an open chef’s kitchen — and two terraces.
Building facilities embrace a 75-foot infinity pool with a solar deck, a fitness center, steam room and sauna, indoor/out of doors theater, personal eating room with a catering kitchen, a library lounge, youngsters’s playroom, personal and bike storage and on-site valet parking.
The itemizing brokers for Key’s condominium are Douglas Elliman’s Tim Malone and Steven Cohen.