Along with Robert De Niro, film producer Jane Rosenthal and author Craig Hatkoff founded the Tribeca Film Festival in 2002; but despite the event's downtown pedigree, the married couple has kept an uptown address at the Dakota, one of the city's toniest buildings. But no more: The couple recently listed their five-bedroom, seven-bathroom pad for $39 million, according to the Real Deal.
The apartment is actually a combination of four apartments, creating one mega-apartment measuring more than 7,500 square feet. Because of this, there are entire wings dedicated to things like an enormous master suite, a children's playroom, or a combination great room/formal dining room. (It also has northern, southern, and eastern exposures.)
Seriously, look at this floorplan:
Other amenities in the pricey pad include two wood-burning fireplaces, large windows throughout, and a master bath that's basically as big as a micro-apartment. Thus, the $39 million asking price.