CNN personality Anderson Cooper has listed his midtown Manhattan penthouse for $3.75 million as his new place—a decommissioned firehouse in Greenwich village—nears completion, according to Trulia. The apartment is a two-bedroom, two-and-a-half bathroom co-op that spans two floors.
Inside you’ll find a chef’s kitchen with Sub-Zero, Viking, and Miele appliances, and Ceasarstone countertops. Throughout the apartment there are smoked Chambord oak floors, satin glass walls and dark patina steel shelves.
And outside, there’s a terrace with views of the “media centre of the world.”
There's a custom Lutron lighting system and multi-room surround sound system in the entrance and main rooms of the apartment.
The apartment has huge picture windows that let a lot of light in, and three different exposures of Manhattan views around the apartment.
The master bathroom has teak flooring, dark chocolate coloured stainless steel, and acid etched, white interlayer custom glass partitions.
The apartment was a former manufacturing space that was redesigned to work as a residential space, but flaunt its industrial roots.
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