[UPDATE: A representative for Scott Sanders has reached out to clarify that a NY Cottages & Gardens article incorrectly attributes the design of Ralph Lauren's flagship store to Sanders, when in fact Sanders helped create and was the first in-house interior designer for Ralph Lauren's home collection clients. Curbed regrets the error.]
This West Chelsea penthouse sure is more contemporary than one might expect for the home of the man
who designed Ralph Lauren's flagship store on Madison Avenue. Tartan and mahogany, be gone. Scott Sanders took a more modern route with his penthouse of nine years at 231 Tenth Avenue. The 2,500-square-foot apartment was practically built for entertaining, with a 1,500-square-foot terrace and an open-concept kitchen that can conveniently be quartered off by a sliding panel. Sanders and his partner Peter Wilson picked the pad up for $3.05 million in 2006, and are looking for $8.35 million this go-around.