Boston Bruins owner Jeremy Jacobs has put his pied-a-terre in New York City up for sale for $11 million.
The unit is located in The River House, a co-op building that was completed in 1931 and has since become a legendary fixture in Midtown. The building’s architecture begins with rococo iron gates and culminates in an Art Deco-inspired tower; its amenities include the River Club, a health and fitness complex on the first floor that features tennis and squash courts, a pool, a library, a gym, and a restaurant and lounge.
The apartment occupies a full floor of the building, with three bedrooms and five baths among its ten rooms. Décor includes cool and warm tones; the dining room is the most adventurously designed space, with iron red walls and a gilded ceiling. The great room—which measures 26 feet by 16 feet—allows the river and city views top billing, with very soft green framing the panorama beautifully, and a fireplace bringing classic Manhattan atmosphere neatly into the picture.
Other outstanding details of this property in the sky: plank hardwood floors in the living areas, a kitchen with a tray ceiling and custom tile work, and a bar. A library, an office nook, an entrance gallery, and a media room round out the shared spaces.
Jacobs is chairman of Delaware North, a hospitality and food service business. His net worth is north of $3 billion.