Jeremy Strong’s ‘Estate’ Apartment Listed for $ 23 Million
Everyone’s Talking About HBO Succession, but no more than those in the real estate sector. The finale of the third season has just hit the headlines on both sides of the Atlantic, notably in New York, where Succession The Kendall Roy boutique apartment is located – and currently for sale.
The house, known as Pavilion A, is owned by Kendall Roy (played by Jeremy Strong) and his ex-wife, Rava. It is located in the prestigious Woolworth Building, the landmark of the early 20th century in trendy Tribeca, in downtown Manhattan. Designed for entrepreneur FW Woolworth in 1913, the Gothic Revival structure is known as the ‘Cathedral of Commerce’ – though the apartment’s interiors are equally majestic.
With its curved architectural features and flowing monochrome scheme, the apartment is a wealth of modern decor ideas that can be replicated far beyond the Empire State.
The 6,711 square foot apartment combines the contemporary interior design trends with timeless features that pay homage to the rich history of the property. This includes the solid oak herringbone parquet which creates a juxtaposition in the mezzanine in white hues.
Along with its sleek flooring, the apartment boasts 22-foot-high ceilings and a striking spiral staircase that runs through the heart of the property – in the Great Room – which leads to the formal dining room and library.
Beyond these spaces par excellence, the Succession apartment offers a wealth of modern kitchen ideas. The most notable feature is the Calacatta Caldia marble countertops and bespoke Dada cabinetry that maintain the property’s minimalist color palette.
The kitchen is also fitted with built-in appliances which pay homage to the “invisible” kitchen trend and preserve the seamless aesthetic of the apartment.
The apartment has five bedrooms, including a master suite with a private kitchen in the morning, overlooking the breakfast downtown.
The master bedroom also includes a walk-in closet that spans almost half of the suite. He’s next door to SoHo’s stores, after all.
While owners can observe Manhattan from above, those on the ground can also admire the building which is a National Historic Landmark, a designated New York City landmark – and now a Succession clip.
The Estate Apartment is currently listed with Stan Ponte and Joshua Judge of Sotheby’s International Realty for $ 23 million.