Jonah Hill is no stranger to luxury. During the course of his career, the actor has lived out the decadent, debauched life of Donnie Azoff in The Wolf of Wall Street, worn the chunky chains and statement sunglasses of Efraim Diveroli in War Dogs and, more recently, toted a Birkin Bag around the White House in Don’t Look Up.
And his personal life is just as luxurious. This apartment, newly listed by the Oscar-nominated actor, has been Hill’s home for several years; a 3,280-square-foot loft located in The Schumacher building in Manhattan’s Noho district. It’s on the market for $10,995,000 — and comes with a 24/7 doorman concierge, fitness centre, and roof terrace. Let’s take a look around…
The Schumacher is one of Noho’s most coveted condominiums, and Hill’s loft features many highly sought-after pre-war details, including soaring 12-foot barrel-vaulted ceilings crafted from exposed brick, oversized arched wood-frame windows and wide-plank white oak floors.
The sprawling living room is 34-feet long, and boasts both cold-rolled blackened steel accents and four oversized windows at its far end. A custom-made projector and screen forms an enviable home cinema system — perfect for screening anything from Hail, Caesar! To Winning Time, the HBO LA Lakers epic currently streaming on HBO, of which Hill directed an episode.
Originally built as a four-bedroom loft, the apartment has been converted into a three-bedroom home — with the master bedroom now stretching 31-feet in length. It features the same exposed brick ceilings as the living room, four large windows offering much natural light, and a lush courtyard garden designed by Ken Smith — the landscape architect who created the roof gardens at The Museum of Modern Art.
Hill’s master bedroom also has a spacious walk-in closet with custom shelving — and access to an ensuite with heated floors and a glass-walled steam shower.
But perhaps the most impressive bit of the bathroom? The bathtub; square in shape, finished with brushed black hardware and hewn from Calacatta marble. It’s the same marble that you’ll find in the kitchen — specced to chef’s standards, the beautiful countertops encircle the room, framing a slab stone island and protecting every top-of-the-line appliance a movie star might need.
Elsewhere, Hill’s entire home has been outfitted with state-of-the-art audio/video in-wall and invisible speakers, all controlled by a Crestron system that links to his phone for convenience.
It’s a plush pad — but one Hill is moving on from. Last year, the actor spent $9 million on a slick contemporary home in Malibu Colony, an exclusive gated community where other residents include Sting and John McEnroe. But his main home remains a Southern Colonial-style house in Santa Monica, on the seaside town’s most desirable street.
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