Adam Neumann, former CEO of WeWork, recently relisted his triplex Manhattan residence with a significant price chop. The Gramercy Park property appeared on the open market about three years ago, tagged at $37.5 million; the listing held at that figure through active and non-active periods in the interim. In the summer of 2023, the penthouse is asking $32 million of its next owner.
The unit’s three levels — four, with its private roof deck — span 7,880 sq. ft. It was entirely updated and outfitted with custom windows and compartmental AC.
The interiors approach the ethereal; white and off-white predominate, and crystal chandeliers and whitewashed chevron-pattern floors are constants. Yet there’s a fair degree of metal (by way of sconces, round chandeliers and pendant fixtures, steel-framed doors, and staircase balustrade) for contrast, and in the small room adapted as a little theater, a bit of textural decadence. The children’s bedroom suites strike out into less traveled, imagination-inducing territory. As it stands, the property is certainly potentially turnkey, however stylized.
Although accessible by elevator, the three interior levels are perhaps more compellingly serviced by the spiral staircase, which is illuminated by a skylight. The roof deck has been floored in marble tile, and spans nearly 1,000 sq. ft.
Neumann’s net worth is around $2.4 billion, per Forbes.