ROBERT DE NIRO’S FORMER MANHATTAN PENTHOUSE

Robert De Niro’s former New York penthouse occupies two floors, affording panoramic vistas of the Hudson River and the Manhattan skyline. Dating from 1920, the Greenwich Village building was originally a manufacturing facility for maraschino cherries. The magnitude of this newly updated contemporary home is evident upon arrival—an open, two-story foyer has a wall of full-length windows that look out onto an interior courtyard. There’s also a large living room with a wood-burning fireplace, a formal dining room, a media room, a library with another fireplace, and an eat-in kitchen. On the second floor, the sprawling master suite features a third fireplace, two walk-in closets with windows, and a steam room. Two levels of landscaped terraces provide a tranquil haven in the midst of the city. For those with multiple cars, the building also provides seven parking spots in a private garage.

Photography: Dolly Lenz Real Estate | Author: Jennifer Tzeses

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