Lisa Perry’s incredibly fashionable midtown Manhattan penthouse is officially on the market for $45 million. The 6,600-square-foot unit, which tops one of the city’s most iconic residential buildings, includes five bedrooms and six full and one partial bathroom, with approximately 7,400 square feet of terrace space accessible from just about every room. The limestone prewar building, which overlooks the East River, was built in 1927 but has since been updated with a contemporary aesthete’s taste in mind.
The home features soaring ceilings and white gallery walls, with large windows that drench the place with natural light. It is split into two main wings—one for entertaining and one for privacy—with an industrial-looking kitchen connecting the two. A private elevator opens onto the foyer, which boasts skylights and white marble floors that match the home’s clean white walls, a hallmark of Perry’s aesthetic.
The kitchen is made up of stainless steel appliances, with three arched windows facing away from the water and toward neighboring buildings, and there’s an adjacent breakfast nook with more unobstructed views of the river. The main suite, located in the northern “private” wing of the home, features unique wall installations that resemble giant Lego pieces (though they are made of soft fabrics and not hard plastic, of course).
The en suite bathroom has a black-and-white motif, with two dressing areas, a well-lit closet, and a deep-soaking tub. As for the other bedrooms, two en suite guest rooms are located in the entertaining wing, while the remainder are tucked away in the privacy wing. A den, a home office, and staff quarters complete the offerings. Unfortunately, none of the art or furniture is for sale with the home.