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Jennifer Lawrence Loses $5 Million On New York Penthouse Sale

By Ryan Naumann

Actress Jennifer Lawrence sold off her Manhattan penthouse for $9.9 million and took a $5.7 million loss on the sale.

According to Variety, Jennifer originally purchased the 4,073 sq. ft. 3-bedroom, 3.5-bathroom glass-walled penthouse condo on the Upper East Side for $15.6 million in 2016.

The outlet reports Jennifer recently sold the home to a Lebanese banker for $9.9 million. It appears the actress was ready to unload the property despite the painful loss.

The luxurious penthouse comes with a key lock elevator, 12’ ceilings, amazing 360 degree views and 2 floors of “extraordinary landscaped outdoor space equipped with a kitchen, built-in ping pong table and numerous seating areas

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Further, “Enjoy cooking in the huge west-facing top of the line chef's kitchen and dine casually while taking in the views in the adjoining light-filled corner dining room. The kitchen has custom Poggepohl white lacquer cabinetry with white honed Carrera marble countertops, Gaggenau dishwasher, stainless convection and steam ovens, vented 2 burner electric induction stove and 4 burner gas cooktop, SubZero wine cooler, and SubZero professional refrigerator with glass door.”

Jennifer enjoyed 2 bright bedrooms with en-suite baths and a powder room line in the hallway. The home comes with an outdoor space with dazzling river and city views. The listing says the master bathroom comes with an oversized soaking tub and large windowed glass walk-in shower.”


The outdoor space includes, “a private park in the sky with 3,000+ square feet on 2 floors and views in every direction. The lower level, accessible from the living room or master bedroom has beautiful south and east river views and areas for lounging or dining.”

Jennifer probably isn’t too worried about the massive loss on the property. She is living her best married life with her husband Cooke Maroney. She also owns a bunch of other properties and makes $15-$20 million a film.

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