Boston Bruins owner Jeremy Jacobs relisted his renovated pied-a-terre in Manhattan on the open market recently. The Midtown co-op is still priced at $11 million, the asking price it was tagged with when it initially hit the market last fall.
The flat’s living spaces and presents aerial postcard views of Central Park, the East River, and the city, with water getting prominence in the panorama. Interiors are refined and expressive; coming off best is the kitchen, which features a stone tile floor, a small ceiling tray, tile backsplashes and a window-seat breakfast nook, and the great room, where the views are most stunning. The master suite includes a wood-paneled bathroom and walk-in closet/dressing room.
The four bedroom and five bath residence is located in the River House, which was originally constructed in 1931. Its amenities include a library, sports courts, and a restaurant and lounge.
Jacobs’ net worth is in the neighborhood of $3 billion.