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Have You Heard? Meryl Streep’s penthouse hits market, Serhant lists BK condo

One of the most expensive penthouses to hit the Brooklyn market has just been listed at $7.715 million by Ryan Serhant of NestSeekers.

The author and celebrity broker has partnered with Real Simple magazine to showcase the four bedroom, 4.5-bath in the first residential building to open in Pacific Park, the Frank Gehry designed 22-acre development in Prospect Heights.

It will be home to Real Simple’s first Idea House designed to highlight organizing strategies, design ideas and innovative products.

Well-known teams of designers, TV personalities, home editors and organizers will curate each room in the apartment including Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent, who are debuting their new furniture collection in the home for the first time.

As part of this launch, the magazine is partnering with Win: Women in Need, the largest provider of shelter and permanent supportive housing for NYC’s homeless families.

The Real Simple idea home will be used to help raise awareness and funding for the organization.

Douglas Elliman agents Jan Hashey and Steve Halprin are listing Meryl Streep’s penthouse at 92 Laight Street for $24.6 million.

It’s a classy combination of glamour and comfort with a gorgeous 10 ft. wide terrace hugging three sides of the nearly 4,000 s/f home.

The full floor apartment has a secured elevator entrance and a sky lit gallery. The windows are triple glazed windows and there is a modern wood-burning fireplace in the living room.

There are several pocket doors leading to cozy spaces and open entertaining spaces to suit every occasion.
Streep and her sculptor husband Don Gummer have two other homes; a three bedroom mid-century modern in the foothills of Pasadena and a 90-acre estate near Salisbury, Conn.

Angel investor Peter Bordes and his wife Kyung has swapped one West Village townhouse for another.

The couple paid $10.63 million for the four bedroom, 5.5-bath Anglo-Italianite house on West 9th once owned by fashion executives Glen Senk and Keith Johnson.

They closed on the property just two months after selling their previous Village home to actors Norman Reedus and Diane Kurger.

The Walking Dead hero and his girlfriend laid out $11.75 million for that little piece of the historic district ahead of the birth of their first child together.

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