See inside Jennifer Lopez's penthouse in the exclusive Manhattan building she just listed for $27 million

Jennifer Lopez has left the building.

The singer-actress has listed her New York City penthouse, located in The Whitman, a luxury four-unit building overlooking Madison Square Park, for $26.95 million.

Adam D. Molin, founder of Molin Group, holds the listing.

Lopez — who raked in $38 million in pre-tax earnings last year — bought the 6,540 square-foot duplex, complete with four outdoor terraces, for $20 million in 2014.

Even with Lopez on the way out, the halls of The Whitman will remain star-studded. Residents include former first daughter Chelsea Clinton, hedge fund manager John Silvetz, and NASCAR's Jeff Gordon.

Take a peek inside 21 East 26th Street:

Inside Jennifer Lopez's $27 million Manhattan penthouse
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Inside Jennifer Lopez's $27 million Manhattan penthouse

The Whitman Mansion was originally built in 1924 in New York City's trendy Flatiron neighborhood. The building was converted into boutique condominiums in 2013, with listing prices starting at $10 million.

(Source: Curbed New York)

Referred to as "the crown jewel" of the Whitman — which has a private gym and 24-hour doorman — the penthouse comprises 6,500 square feet of interior living space across two floors and 3,000 square feet of outdoor space on four separate terraces.

(Source: Zillow)

A private elevator opens up to a sun-filled great room with a skylight and three sets of French doors boasting up-close views of Madison Square Park. The penthouse has four bedrooms and six-and-a half bathrooms.

(Courtesy of Adam D. Modlin/Modlin Group)

At $4,120 per square foot, the home is more than twice the median price-per-square foot in Manhattan, according to Zillow. When she bought the unit three years ago, Lopez paid about $3,000 per square foot.

(Courtesy of Adam D. Modlin/Modlin Group)

The kitchen has marble countertops, built-in pantries, stainless-steel appliances, and a wine cooler, plus plenty of formal and informal seating.

(Courtesy of Adam D. Modlin/Modlin Group)

Source: The New York Times

A private master suite is located on the sixth floor, with two accompanying master bathrooms and a terrace facing 27th street.

(Courtesy of Adam D. Molin/Molin Group)

The master bedroom is complete with two marble bathrooms, a separate soaking tub, and a windowed dressing room with access to a terrace.

(Courtesy of Adam D. Molin/Molin Group)

Source: The New York Times


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