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Charitable Millionaire Lists Lovely Soho Penthouse For $20M

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Architectural Digest describes the aesthetic of the penthouse at 420 West Broadway as "a combination of midcentury, Japanese, and Art Deco," and while that may sound like a pretentious hodgepodge, the 3,500-square-foot spread is actually quite beautiful. Owner Drew Katz, a charitable rich guy who started an eponymous foundation, hired Edward Siegel of Cooper, Robertson & Partners and decorator Ernest de la Torre to create his "luminous aerie," which he just listed for $19.75 million. When Katz and his wife purchased the place in 2007 for $6.125 million, it was mostly a raw space. Now, it's jam-packed with fancy features like a "wood burning fireplace wall clad in white gold quartzite," "a Jerusalem Gold Stone staircase," a walnut-paneled foyer, and a "wall of Moduline windows and French doors" that opens onto one of four outdoor spaces—the terrace off the master suite has a hot tub and two showers.

· Listing: 420 West Broadway, PHB [Modlin Group and Douglas Elliman via StreetEasy]
· A Warm and Modern New York City Apartment [AD]
· 420 West Broadway coverage [Curbed]