Former Nets guard Deron Williams has yet to offload the palatial Tribeca penthouse that he listed shortly after being traded to the Dallas Mavericks in mid-2015, but it appears Williams is trying something new: renting. The 7,200-square-foot penthouse at 35 North Moore Street popped up as a $60,000 per month rental yesterday, touting its 3,000 square feet of outdoor space, formal and casual living areas, and sky-lit great room with 17-foot ceilings.
The penthouse is befitting of a basketball star or other high-profile entertainer with its laundry list of flashy amenities. The great room emulates a New York City Bond villain lair with its gas fireplace, wet bar, integrated surround sound, and sliding glass doors that lead out onto an apartment-sized terrace. The Scavolini kitchen and 300-bottle enclosed wine cellar aren’t too shabby either. In addition to a sprawling master suite and three other bedrooms, the apartment comes with parking for up to four cars.
Williams first listed the apartment in August 2015 for a hefty $33.5 million, $17.7 million more than he paid for it in 2013. Since then, the penthouse has undergone a series of pricechops that’s brought its current asking price down to $28 million.