WeWork Co-Founding Couple Lists a $37.5M Gramercy Triplex Penthouse

Once in the corporate real estate game buying buildings as iconic as the Lord & Taylor’s Fifth Ave Flagship for $850 million, WeWork co-founders Adam Neumann and Rebekah Paltrow Neumann have now changed roles. Months after Mr. Neumann stepped down as the company’s CEO, they are now looking to sell one of their Manhattan homes. Listed for quite a bit less than the pricey Flagship, their Gramercy triplex penthouse is asking $37.5 million.

Though they tried to keep the residence quiet, it eventually was revealed whom the cool pad belonged to after construction applications had been submitted for a remodel. The alluring penthouse has gone through a total gut-renovation that will delight a new owner. Architect Pietro Cicognani worked to combine a duplex and apartment into this grand, triplex home while Windsor Smith crafted the interiors. Contemporary and art-deco details grace the unit across 15 rooms, including six bedrooms, five bathrooms, and three and a half powder rooms.

Each room has airy fluidity across 7,880-square-feet of generous space. However, one level is all about luxurious privacy since it solely holds the Neumanns’ dreamy master suite. The property also offers an 800-square-foot rooftop deck to complete the suave penthouse. Downstairs, a first-floor duplex ideal for staff quarters or guest stays is also included in the listing.

Listing agent Nick Gavin of Compass has declined to comment. Mansion Global first reported that the impressive property is for sale.