Per Variety, the Mad Max star purchased the posh pad in 2007 for $2.75 million, but sold it in October—at a loss—for $1.75 million.
photography by NYTIMES.COM
The two-level penthouse—formerly a part of a department store in the 1920s—offers one bedroom, two bathrooms, and 2,350 square feet of living space.
photography by VARIETY
The lush interior boasts double-height ceilings, ebony hardwood floors, and a pair of floor-to-ceiling framed window that open outside onto two private terraces.
Carter Task Floor Lamp
Lahoma Coffee Table
A mod steel staircase leads to the upstairs master suite, which features an en suite bathroom and another private terrace with its own fireplace.
Amelia Queen Vinyl Bed
Chambray Gray Bedding
The Renaissance-style dwelling also includes a state-of-the-art stainless steel kitchen, exposed air ducts, interconnected living spaces, and a spot-on view of the legendary Capital Records tower!
The Bodo Dining Table
Coexistance Dining Table
Charles Dining Table
Silverado Rectangular Dining Table
And since the celeb-filled condo building is also home to stars like Jason Statham, Jack Osbourne, and Wilmer Valderrama, there’s even a 24-hour valet service and access to a secret alley for ensured discreetness.