brazilian supermodel alessandra ambrosio She has sold her Manhattan penthouse for $2.75 million, according to property records.
Located at 311 E. 38th St. in Murray Hill, the home is a 1,600-square-foot great room. It comes with three bedrooms, 2½ baths, and outdoor space with views of the water and skyline.
It hit the market in June asking $2.99 million,
Ambrosio, who first came to New York in 1998 at age 17 to pursue her dream, bought the penthouse in 2005 for $1.87 million — five years after she launched her Victoria’s Secret career.
By the time she retired in 2017, she had spread her wings and moved to Los Angeles to raise her children and focus on her acting career. He’s also the subject of a new book out this year,”alessandraby Stewart Shining, which chronicles the model and photographer’s 20-year friendship.
First, she rented this home—which is as glamorous as it is, with double-height 25-foot-high ceilings, huge windows, and sleek lines—designed by world-renowned Brazilian architect Arthur Casas. Details include a large wraparound terrace on the first level, as well as a balcony and 535-square-foot terrace on the upper level.
Inside, the apartment features an open chef’s kitchen, a separate dining room, hardwood floors, a wood-burning fireplace, electric blinds, large walk-in closets with dressing areas, and custom built-in storage. The master bedroom has a glass wall that overlooks the main living area and boasts an “extra large” Jacuzzi tub and an en-suite bath with “privacy glass.”
The 29-story building was constructed in 1984 and features a double-height lobby with a concierge, a gym, storage, a bike room, and on-site garages.
The listing broker was Paul Hazen of Douglas Elliman; Sotheby’s International realty broker Leena Datvani backed the buyer.