Gisele Bündchen and Tom Brady are looking to offload their impressive full-floor apartment on the 48th floor of a building in New York City’s Madison Square Park – even if it means significantly lowering their original asking price. The superstar couple, who first purchased the 3,310-square-foot home back in 2014 for $11.7 million, recently re-listed the apartment for $13.95 million; this is significantly down from their original asking price of $17.25 million back in 2016.
Undeniably, the apartment’s biggest selling point is the stunning 360-degree views it provides, with floor-to-ceiling windows that line all four walls, giving tenants breathtaking views of the Empire State Building and the Statue of Liberty (this particular building sits just adjacent to Madison Square Park in New York City’s Flatiron District). The four-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bath apartment was originally designed by architect Peter Marino, and includes plenty of details that reflect Marino’s interest in culture and modernity: a bronze front door to welcome guests, dark hardwood floors, white granite kitchen countertops, and rounded pillars located throughout the sun-drenched space. Amenities in the building itself include a lap pool, a steam room, a gym, a screening room, a private dining room, and a catering kitchen ideal for hosting some high-rise sunset gatherings.
Bündchen and Brady purchased a 12th-floor unit in a building overlooking the Hudson last year, shelling out $32 million for a five-bedroom, five-and-a-half bathroom apartment with a massive 1,900-square-foot terrace. The couple also still maintain an eco-conscious house in Los Angeles’s Brentwood neighborhood. “I want to live in a place that feels like a real home, where you can put your feet up on the couch and just relax,” Bündchen told Architectural Digest last summer of their L.A. home.
The view in Gisele Bündchen and Tom Brady’s NYC apartment.
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The dining room area.