See How the CEO of J.Crew Lives with a Peek Inside His Tribeca Townhouse
J.Crew CEO Millard "Mickey" Drexler is selling his Manhattan townhouse for $29.95 million, and the listing provides a peek into the 71-year-old's uber luxurious lifestyle. With five bedrooms and five bathrooms, the 9,000-square foot Tribeca home offers loft-like living in the heart of New York City.
Built in 1892, the property originally served as a coffee roasting plant, with the current owner commissioning well-known French architect Thierry Despont to reinvent the space as a single-family home, Trulia reports. To see what it’s like to live like the man behind your favorite clothing line, flip through the photos above.
The home's interior is the perfect mix of industrial and luxury.
The Dining Area
The townhouse has an eat-in kitchen for easy entertaining.
To preserve the home's industrial feel, the staircase was left with exposed steel that was then painted a bold yellow.
One of the Bedrooms
Here, we see just one of the home's five bedrooms, featuring warm colors and soft lighting.
The Sitting Room
The sitting room, complete with a fireplace, makes for a relaxing spot.
The Master Bathroom
With a standalone tub and room for seating, this bathroom is a cozy spa day waiting to happen.
The Living Room
Catching up on your latest Netflix obsession is a luxurious event in this living room.