Now that Deron Williams plays for the Dallas Mavericks, the ex-Nets guard probably doesn't need to hold onto his palatial Tribeca penthouse. At that, Williams has relisted the 35 North Moore Street digs he picked up for $15.8 million in 2013. He's hoping to score $33.5 million, a whopping $17.7 million more than he laid out for the place just two years ago. The price hike doesn't appear to be totally arbitrary. It looks like the floor-to-ceiling stainless steel kitchen, more befitting of a banquet hall than a multi-million dollar apartment, has been updated with new chevron-patterned floors, marble islands, and wood cabinetry. The apartment consists of 7,200 square feet of interior space with six bedrooms, 4.5 bathrooms, and no less than three living areas, and two terraces totaling 3,000 square feet.
The New York Post scooped the sale late last week, but the listing didn't hit the open market until today.