NBA player lists TriBeCa penthouse for $33.5M

Ex-Brooklyn Net star, Deron Williams, has relisted his palatial TriBeCa penthouse for $33.5 million. Williams picked up this penthouse in 2013 for $15.8 million but with his recent move to play in Dallas, he no longer needs to hold onto this estate. The apartment, located at 35 North Moore Street, consists of 7,200 square feet of interior space with six bedrooms, 4.5 bathrooms, multiple living areas, and two terraces totaling 3,000 square feet. Have a look inside —

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The listing of this penthouse comes just at the right time as Capital Craftsmen has just begun a renovation today only steps away at 169 Hudson Street. We are excited to begin working on this project and look forward to sharing the final product with you, soon!



Paul McCartney’s $15.5 Million Central Park View



A duplex penthouse at 1045 Fifth Avenue, a bronze-glass apartment building in a neighborhood where limestone and brick prewar co-ops are more the norm, sold to Paul McCartney and his wife, Nancy Shevell, for $15,500,000. The monthly carrying costs for the 10-room aerie, PH15, near 86th Street, are $12,935.00.

The former Beatle and his wife paid the full asking price for the apartment, which entered the market for the first time in February. A big selling point, undoubtedly, was the panoramic view across the Central Park reservoir, visible on each level from more than 800 square feet of wraparound balconies reached through glass sliders. But Mr. McCartney and Ms. Shevell will likely have their work cut out for them: Little has been done to the unit, which, according to the listing, has five bedrooms, five full baths and one half bath. The couple can use the apartment as a part-time residence — unlike many of the co-ops on Fifth and Park Avenues, this one permits pieds-à-terre.

Here is a look inside the multi-million dollar penthouse: