clock menu more-arrow no yes

Filed under:

Designer Zac Posen nabs $3.5M Upper East Side duplex

New, 6 comments

The two-bedroom, 2.5-bathroom pad is located in an Emory Roth building

All photos courtesy of CORE

One of Hollywood’s favorite fashion designers, Zac Posen, has nabbed himself a sprawling Upper East Side duplex penthouse atop an Emory Roth-designed building, Luxury Listings has learned.

Most recently listed for $3.995 million, the Project Runway judge spent $3.5 million on the two-bedroom co-op, according to property records. Posen could now probably host some of the best outdoor parties at his new digs considering his apartment comes with a massive 1,800-square-foot terrace that wraps around almost the entire apartment.

Posen is no stranger to NYC’s real estate world. Back in 2010, he teamed up with architect Morris Adjmi to design a condo building in the Flatiron district. The building was largely in the news for its odd marketing campaign, and its somewhat flashy design sensibility. But keeping in that mind, some of the design elements in this penthouse might actually be to Posen’s liking.

The apartment features hand-painted beamed ceilings, a handcrafted iron staircase, and a wood-burning fireplace that comes with a Chesney marble mantle. Now check out the interiors Posen has to look forward to.