Per Variety’s exclusive, the pair purchased the palatial pad—which is nestled inside a luxury building in the Flatiron District—in 2014, but recently picked up an even swankier downtown dwelling.
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A private elevator opens directly into the living room of the 3,300 square foot spread, that was designed by celebrity architect Peter Marino.
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A decked-out dining niche boasts floor-to-ceiling windows with views of the Hudson River and Empire State Building.
A detached family den features glimpses of the southern city skyline and automated curtains.
There are three bedrooms with en suite baths inside the sleek space, including the master bathroom that comes complete with wall-length windows and a two-person soaking tub in the corner.
And if all that isn’t enough to justify the more than seventeen million dollar price tag, the posh place also offers a private movie theater, lap pool, fitness center, and steam room to all the building’s standout residents.