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Ex-Net Deron Williams lists Tribeca penthouse as $60,000/month rental

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The basketball player has been looking for a buyer since last August

All photos via Douglas Elliman

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.