Sought-after Danish designer Thomas Juul-Hansen has sold his family of four's Tribeca loft for $2.4 million, the Post reports. The star designer, behind such modish projects as 60 East 86th Street and the monumental One 57, sold off his two-bedroom, two-bathroom home at 134 Duane Street after just two-and-a-half years at a gain of $1.15 million; he bought for $1.25M in 2011. The apartment, with its 14-foot-high ceilings, oversized windows, and original Corinthian columns, sat on the market for a mere 22 days before selling for $25,000 over ask.
The apartment was sold with the option to buy the rights to the roof, where the new owner can build a roof deck. Unsurprisingly, the young family left some stylish interiors in its wake on Duane Streetjust as TJH did in his old loft at 356 Broadwayas they sail down to the Financial District. The designer, his wife, and his two kids will set up camp in a larger, three-bedroom apartment in an elevator building that the Post did not name.
· Architect Thomas Juul-Hansen sells TriBeCa duplex for $2.4M [NYP]
· Live in Architect Thomas Juul-Hansen's Old Loft For $5,800/month [Curbed]
· All Thomas Juul-Hansen coverage [Curbed]