One of the priciest penthouses at Tribeca’s 443 Greenwich Street has returned to the market—and the seller is hoping to make a pretty big profit. The penthouse in question is PHH, which sold in 2017 for $44 million; it’s now asking a whopping $57 million. Mara Papasoff of Brown Harris Stevens has the listing.
That price also earns the property a spot on the list of New York’s most expensive homes for sale.
The penthouse is one of only a handful at the celeb-beloved building that ended up selling for north of $40 million; the other is PHA, which sold for $43.8 million to a former Wal-Mart exec. The penthouse that’s up for sale was rumored to have been purchased by Formula 1 driver Lewis Hamilton, but he probably never called it home. The listing touts that it’s “in pristine brand new never lived in condition.”
This apartment is one of the glitziest within the celeb-beloved building: It’s a triplex with five bedrooms and six and a half bathrooms spread across its 8,900 square feet. And that’s just the inside of the apartment—there’s also 3,426 square feet of outdoor space, which includes a rooftop plunge pool and its own kitchen.
Other perks include original architectural details that are true to the building’s past as a bookbindery, high ceilings, several fireplaces (including one in the master bathroom), and two private parking spots. There’s also the fact that a buyer would have a gossip rag’s worth of A-list stars—Jake Gyllenhaal, Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel, and Meg Ryan among them—as neighbors.