Where would fictitious tech billionaire Lukas Matsson live if he were a real person? Apparently, in the same building as Kendall Roy.
The Manhattan apartment that appeared as Alexander Skarsgård’s crash pad in Succession has hit the market, and it can be all yours if you’re willing to splash out a cool $14.9 million. The four-bedroom aerie is perched on a high floor of an Upper East Side residential tower at 180 East 88th Street.
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The luxury high-rise, built by real estate tycoon Joe McMillan’s multidisciplinary construction, design, and investment firm DDG, is also where Jeremy Strong’s character Kendall Roy shacked up in a swanky triplex penthouse in the final season of the HBO series. Interestingly enough, Roy’s three-story spread was sold just two weeks after the show aired its final episode, and the $24.7 million deal set a record for the most expensive condo sale in the Carnegie Hill neighborhood so far this year.
According to the listing, which is held by The Corcoran Group, Matsson’s former unit is only one of two full-floor apartments remaining inside the tower. Altogether, the abode clocks in at 4,017 square feet and sports tons of pre-war details like an elliptical arch entry, coved ceilings, custom plaster wainscoting, and brass hardware. The dwelling is also kitted out with soaring 14-foot ceilings, Austrian white oak flooring, and expansive Albertini Italian windows offering views extending to the Empire State Building, the Midtown skyline, Central Park, and even New Jersey.
Elsewhere, there’s a formal dining room, a den, a great room, and an eat-in kitchen. The latter was custom-designed by Molteni & C Dada for DDG and is equipped with a large center island, white lacquer cabinets, Statuario marble counters, and Gaggenau appliances. At the other end of the home is the primary suite, which includes a windowed dressing area plus an ensuite bath that has heated floors, silver travertine slabs, and mosaic tile-accented walls.
In addition to its cameo on an award-winning TV series, the high-rise apartment currently serves as an experiential design showroom curated by the furniture and design gallery Radnor. Here, you’ll find works by artists including Abigail Booth and Japanese Master Toshio Tokunaga on display, in addition to one-of-a-kind pieces by leading global designers. The furnishings and artwork are not included in the asking price, but they can be purchased if the buyer is interested.
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