The Penthouse at The Schumacher in Manhattan's vibrant NoHo neighborhood has hit the market for $15 million, listed by John Burger and Richard Ziegelasch of Brown Harris Stevens. The building, an art gallery itself with a Basquiat in the lobby and Urs Fisher sculpture in the courtyard, is a certified Billionaire's Club, where Alberto "Tico" Magrabi, owner of the world's largest Warhol collection lives. The building is also home to Jonah Hill and a few other high-profile celebrities. The Duplex penthouse residence has two wraparound terraces complete with a gas grill, and a stunning glass-enclosed living room. There is a a massive 67’-long gallery and a marble-clad office/library with a fireplace. The unit is spread over 4,480 SF of interior space with 1,388 SF of outdoor space with 5 bedrooms and 5 bathrooms.
The Schumacher, located at 36 Bleeker Street, was constructed in 1885 to house the Schumacher and Ettlinger lithographic printing business. It was originally designed by Edward E. Raht, in Romanesque Revival Style. Highlights include the corbelled brick layering, ornamental overhangs arched windows, parapets and turrets. Amenities include a 24-hour doorman, fitness center, library, children's playroom, landscaped rooftop designed by Ken Smith, refrigerated lobby storage, bicycle storage and individual storage spaces are available for purchase.
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