Look Inside J.Crew CEO Mickey Drexler's $25 Million Tribeca Loft

The office of Mickey Drexler's Tribeca loft.Originally listed last year for $35 million before being withdrawn, J.Crew CEO Mickey Drexler has put his Tribeca loft back on the market with a revised price tag of $25 million.  Located at 140 Franklin Street, one of Tribeca’s most desirable addresses, the residence is loaded with stylish appeal.

French architect Thierry Despont is responsible for the impeccable architectural details and interior design that set this home apart.  The 6,000-square-foot interiors feature 11-foot ceilings, wide plank Brazilian floors and original columns. 

Striking arched windows fill the massive great room and billiards area with natural light. There are also intimate sitting rooms, a formal dining room, and a stainless steel kitchen.  A sprawling master suite is set apart from the living areas and the loft includes 4 additional bedrooms and bathrooms.

Stats
5 Bedrooms
5 Bathrooms
6,226 sq. ft.
$25 Million

Contact: Jim St. Andre and Sean Osher at CORE, corenyc.com

The massive 82-foot wide great room.The massive 82-foot wide great room features a billiards area.

 

The living room.The living room.

 

The stainless-steel kitchen.The stainless steel kitchen.

 

One of the intimate parlor spaces.One of the intimate sitting rooms throughout the loft.

 

One of the home's five bedrooms.One of the home's five bedrooms.