Jennifer Lawrence has sold an unbelievable Manhattan home that seems too spacious to exist in the big city. The Don't Look Up star purchased this penthouse in 2016 for just under $15.5 million and sold it in October of 2020 for $9.9 million according to a report by Variety. Thanks to photos published by TopTenRealEstateDeals.com, we can still take a tour of the highrise.
Lawrence has been one of the fastest rising A-list stars of the last few years, from The Hunger Games to Silver Linings Playbook, so it's no surprise that at some point she picked up a place in New York City. Apparently, the dense metropolis wasn't for her, as she was quick to sell the place last year. Lawrence's loss on the penthouse was not uncommon during the COVID-19 pandemic, but it seems like she's doing alright. The home is in a famous building known as The Laurel on Manhattan's wealthy Upper East Side.
Lawrence actually got her start in the entertainment industry in New York City when she and her family took a vacation there in 2006. A talent scout saw 14-year-old Lawrence and offered her an audition for a Los Angeles agency, and before long, she was an Oscar-winning actress.
This 4,000-square-foot home reflects that self-made success. Even if $12 million is a bit outside of your price range, it's worth a look. Here is a peek inside Lawrence's former NYC high-rise.
Lawrence's condo takes up two floors on the top of a 30-story building in Manhattan's Upper East Side. The living room is uniquely symmetrical for the city thanks to windows on each side — a rare treat in New York's packed apartments.prevnext
Lawrence has a dining room table set up below a beautiful chandelier, and positioned just right to see the cityscape outside the massive windows. The space is open and flexible though, so buyers could rearrange as they please.prevnext
The "chef's kitchen" in Lawrence's apartment includes a wine fridge and commercial-grade appliances, which any home cook would envy. Even those who don't cook might appreciate the sturdy construction, and once again, the view.prevnext
A space just off the kitchen is designated as a breakfast nook — a quiet place for a quick meal besides the larger table. It's easy to imagine an intimate gathering of friends lingering by the window and peering down at the city from above.prevnext
Lawrence's master bedroom opens onto the terrace for a quick trip outside, and is more spacious than most city-dwellers would dare hope for.prevnext
The master bathroom attached to Lawrence's bedroom spares no luxury with both a tub and a roomy shower stall. The double sinks also leave plenty of room for couples.prevnext
The selling point of this penthouse may be the massive terrace, providing a rare breath of fresh air in the crowded city. It includes turf and shrubs from this view, not to mention some ideal outdoor dining scenery.prevnext
More space on the prodigious terrace includes places for sunbathing, an oversized grill and seating for party hosting any time. The views are breathtaking, though for a recognizable face like Lawrence, they can be a double-edged sword in the city.prevnext
A game room provides a quieter place to hunker down in Lawrence's home for a game of pool or a simple conversation. Lawrence also has a ping pong table out on the terrace, so the space could be used in multiple ways.prev