Jimmy Fallon’s NYC Penthouse Lists and It’s as Fun as One Would Imagine

It takes a certain kind of personality, a big personality, to be a late-night talk show host. The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon is beloved by celebrity guests and audiences alike, which is all due to the quirky and endearing host. The place where Jimmy Fallon and wife, film producer Nancy Juvonen, lay their heads is equally warm, entertaining, and whimsical. Their family’s fun 34 Gramercy Park East penthouse encompassing three levels is now listed for $15 million.

Fallon and Juvonen went to great lengths to create their refuge in the sky, which sits atop a circa-1883 historic landmark. Four different apartments were combined to make the approximately 4,950-square-foot penthouse a reality.

Embracing the character of the building, the penthouse kept its original restored window frames and casings, as well as original hardwood floors. It also holds antiques and vintage furnishings from across the globe, adding personality throughout. Though with the ample pops of color from the groovy living room to the vibrant kitchen with a gas fireplace, there is no shortage of personality.

Jimmy Fallons Nyc Penthouse Lists And Its As Fun As One Would Imagine Kitchen

Photograph by Evan Joseph for Sotheby’s International Realty

The listing describes the pad’s “piece de resistance” as the middle floor Saloon Room. And we have to agree. The room’s rustic yet tailored style brings old Ralph Lauren ads to mind. It has a vintage barback with custom inlaid stained glass, then a full custom-designed wet bar to boot.

While that may be an adult’s dream space for entertaining, the kids’ hidden playroom is customized for fun, too. They have monkey bars, secret hatch doors, a chalkboard wall, and an intercom to the playroom upstairs.

This unique penthouse feels like it could only have been created by Jimmy Fallon and Nancy Juvonen. Mansion Global reports that after spending so much time at their Sagaponack home, though, they plan to settle into suburban life more permanently. Jeremy V. Stein and Debbie Korb of Sotheby’s International Realty hold their six-bedroom listing.