Identified to inside design followers because the Perry Condo, the 12-room unit on New York’s Higher East Aspect was listed by Allison B. Koffman and Juliette R. Janssens of Sotheby’s Worldwide Realty. Clothier Lisa Perry and her hedge-fund billionaire husband Richard C. Perry redesigned the area to showcase their intensive assortment of latest artwork.
As the highest unit of the 1927 Sutton Place constructing, the penthouse spans 6,600 sq. toes and has all-white interiors filled with vibrant work, distinctive artwork items and customized sculptures.
Probably the most hanging piece is a 3D portray in the lounge — positioned between two home windows, the intense picture of a cartoon inside creates an illusory impact with the real-life views of New York on either side.
Different show-stopping areas embody the eating room the place a pair of vibrant crimson lips pops towards a jet-black, a big out of doors terrace with panoramic views of the town and a shiny sculpture of a large emerald, and a crisp main bedroom with plush geometric tiles on the partitions and flooring.
Whereas the paintings will not be up on the market and can be leaving with the Perrys, the museum-like interiors — gallery-style partitions, 15-foot ceilings, floor-to-ceiling home windows and copious out of doors area — have often landed the residence in varied design magazines. In response to Mansion Global, they purchased it from publishing heiress Janet Annenberg Hooker for $10.9 million and undertook a renovation to make it appear to be a gallery.
“The Perry penthouse is the largest wow you’ve ever seen,” Koffman advised Mansion World. “It’s the grandeur, the dimensions and the magnificence of the area as nicely was the insane views.”
The penthouse comes with a wealthy New York historical past, as twentieth century socialite and columnist C.Z. Visitor and her husband Winston Visitor had referred to as it residence earlier than Hooker. Winston’s grandfather and Carnegie Metal Firm entrepreneur Henry Phipps had commissioned famed architect Rosario Candela to design the constructing within the Nineteen Twenties.
“It’s a good looking prewar constructing but is a up to date masterpiece,” Janssens advised Mansion World. “It’s like an oasis above the hustle and bustle of the town. It transports you to a different world.”
With a internet price of round $1.2 billion, Richard Perry had owned a controlling curiosity in Barneys, the designer division retailer that filed for bankruptcy final summer time and closed all of its shops by 2020. The Perrys have been unloading a number of key elements of their actual property portfolio recently — they offered a Palm Seaside property for $9.1 million in July however nonetheless personal one other unit within the Sutton Place constructing, which they purchased in 2014 for $7.6 million.