Six-time Formula 1 World Champion Lewis Hamilton just slashed US$5 million off the price of his Tribeca penthouse at 443 Greenwich St in New York City.
The Mercedes driver snapped up the 8,908-square-foot digs for US$44 million back in 2017 – but never actually moved in.
Three years on, Hamilton re-listed the property for US$57 million only to recently slash the asking price for the landmark loft condo. The property spans three floors – with a ‘great room’ that boasts 20-foot-high ceilings being the centrepiece of the penthouse.
A giant private rooftop terrace with a plunge pool, outdoor kitchen and open city and river views can be accessed by a private elevator that connects the three floors.
Turkish baths, valet parking, 24-hour concierge and a 23-metre lap pool are just a handful of amenities such a postal address will get you.
Hamilton has since decided this address wasn’t the right one for him, and according to the NY Post, has since purchased a US$40.7 million unit at 70 Vestry, where he’s next-door neighbours with Tom Brady.
GOATs living with GOATs. We wouldn’t expect anything less.
Check out the penthouse below and see the full listing at bhsusa.com.
Imagery courtesy of Brown Harris Stevens.
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