The Incredible Tommy Hilfiger Penthouse In NYC

How much does prime real estate overlooking New York City’s Central Park go for? If you’re fashion extraordinaire Tommy Hilfiger, about $50 million. The Tommy Hilfiger Penthouse initially was originally listed by the man himself for a cool $80 million but has since made a few price reductions.

The Tommy Hilfiger penthouse atop the iconic Plaza Hotel was originally two separate apartments, purchased by Tommy Hilfiger and his wife, Dee Ocleppo in 2008. At its peak offering price, the home was among the nation’s most expensive. Dotted with modern art, vintage furniture, and a scattering of worldly artefacts, a touch of Hilfiger creativity has turned this sprawling penthouse into an interior designer’s dream.

Tommy Hilfiger Penthouse

The best view in the city? The balcony works well for woo-ing any potential guests/buyers.

Tommy Hilfiger Penthouse

Every good welcome room needs a couple of pot plants to liven it up a bit, even in a home like this. It’s the rich browns and burgundies that give this place that ‘warm’ feeling. Handy for escaping the harsh New York winters.

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Tommy Hilfiger Penthouse

How can you go pass the classic kitchen checkers? Black with white marble, plus some golden accents. Probably not the room for microwave pizzas.

Tommy Hilfiger Penthouse

According to Tommy and Dee, this dining area has only been used a handful of times – the couple instead often opt to eat out. It’s a nice walk-through, anyway.

Tommy Hilfiger Penthouse

A tea room with a towering dome. A nice touch!

Tommy Hilfiger Penthouse

Tommy’s son’s room. Both the elder and younger Hilfiger wanted to go for a ‘nautical theme.’ Can’t help but notice the red-white-blue colour looks a little familiar next to the Hilfiger name. Hmm.

Tommy Hilfiger Penthouse

Yep, you guessed it – the daughter’s room. The lavenders and whites are a gentle recipe for a pleasant sleep, I’m sure.

Tommy Hilfiger Penthouse

The masterpiece/bedroom – fit for royalty. I imagine this is where Tommy dreams up his next boxer shorts design. Or European getaway.

Tommy Hilfiger Penthouse

What about all those leather-bound books? I bet it smells like rich mahogany and success. Note The New York Times piece above the bookcase that used to look over the publication’s old office. Tommy must have some handy connections to be throwing up decorations like that.

For a video tour of the Tommy Hilfiger penthouse head to Boss Hunting.

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Jay is a writer and content producer for The Versatile Gent.

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