Condé Nast Chairman Jonathan Newhouse Lists $7M NoMad Penthouse

A wall of windows flood the living room with light.Jonathan Newhouse, the chairman and chief executive of Condé Nast, is asking $6.995M for his Kips Bay penthouse. Newhouse bought the full-floor spread from womenswear designer Joan Vass more than 10 years ago.

The listing declares the home “an entertainer’s delight” and we can see why: the sprawling living room and formal dining area can easily accommodate large groups and the soirée continues upstairs, where a unique glass penthouse structure—complete with a wet bar—leads to a 1,400-square-foot roof terrace. Additional luxuries include a modern chef’s kitchen outfitted in stainless steel and Gaggenau appliances and a sun-drenched master suite with gorgeous skyline views. Every inch of the 3,400-square-foot interiors were exquisitely re-designed by Daniel Romualdez.

Douglas Elliman’s Noble Black and Erik Ternon have the listing, which was reported by Mansion Global.

The formal dining room features dark blue paneling on the walls. The view from the entry hall. An antique spiral staircase leads to the glass penthouse. The office occupies a corner of the great room. The kitchen is outfitted in stainless steel. A unique glass penthouse structure leads to the roof terrace. The sprawling roof terrace spans 1,400 square feet.