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Lewis Hamilton Sells $70M Tribeca Penthouse

Last weekend, Lewis Hamilton may have lost the Formula One championship at the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix. However, the recently knighted 36-year-old Brit has claimed the title for the biggest downtown sale of the year, recently selling his Tribeca penthouse for USD$49.5 million (AU$70 million).

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Lewis Hamilton Tribeca Penthouse

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Located on 443 Greenwich Street in Tribeca, Hamilton purchased the 8,900 square-foot triplex penthouse in 2017 for USD$43.9 million. Before moving in, the Mercedes driver bought another luxurious penthouse only a block away and attempted to flip the unwanted pad two years ago for USD$57 million.

With no takers at the lofty price tag, the ask was cut to USD$52 million before it was recently snatched up for USD$49.5 million. Purchased by a Seattle-based shell company, the mystery buyer’s identity remains unknown. Although, with stars like Justin Timberlake, Harry Styles, and The Weeknd all residing in the complex, we wouldn’t be surprised if another A-lister is about to join the family.

Lewis Hamilton Tribeca Penthouse

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A combination of three units, Penthouse H, boasts six bedrooms, six bathrooms, two half bathrooms and multiple terraces to view the beautiful New York City skyline. As the elevator opens up into the foyer, you’ll notice much of the original charm of the 19th-century building remains today, including exposed wood support beams and a 20-foot ceiling. With north and west exposure, light pours into the house via 17 restored windows. Making any home chef drool, the Christopher Peacock kitchen features a Calcutta marble island and all the high-end appliances a millionaire could dream of.

The second level consists of three or four guest bedrooms, alongside the primary suit that inhabits a private study, morning bar and large walk-in wardrobe. The main bedroom’s clean-lined bathroom is grand yet windowless.

Lewis Hamilton Tribeca Penthouse

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The highlight of the penthouse is the glass-encased top floor, perfectly designed for hosting elite guests. Like a sanctuary in the sky, the pair of outdoor terraces wrapping around the home offers sweeping views of downtown Manhattan. Perhaps more importantly, it is one of the most private luxury pads in the city, allowing the distinguished to escape prying eyes. Marketing documents also indicate there’s a plunge pool, as well as two parking spaces in a secure on-site garage.

While Hamilton has put 443 Greenwich in the rearview mirror, he still owns property Tribeca. He purchased 70 Vestry for $40.7 million in 2019, another building that attracts celebrities and business tycoons. Spending most of the time in his primary residence in Monaco, the Englishman also maintains homes in Geneva and London. As the highest-paid Formula One driver in history, an extensive property portfolio spanning the globe should come as no surprise.

Lewis Hamilton Tribeca Penthouse

Image: StreetEasy

Lewis Hamilton Tribeca Penthouse

Image: StreetEasy

Lewis Hamilton Tribeca Penthouse

Image: StreetEasy

Lewis Hamilton Tribeca Penthouse

Image: StreetEasy

Lewis Hamilton Tribeca Penthouse

Image: StreetEasy

Lewis Hamilton Tribeca Penthouse

Image: StreetEasy

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