Paris Hilton sported a Beverly Hills sweatshirt when she touched down in Monaco this week with her $13,000 Pomeranian pooch, Prince Hilton The Pom.
Might we suggest her next sweatshirt purchase be “I Heart NY”?
The DJ and business mogul — she recently launched her 17th perfume and has made $2 billion in fragrance sales alone — has just bought a snazzy penthouse in NoHo, and knew how to negotiate here, too.
Hilton paid just under $3.9 million for the 2,400-square-foot, two-bedroom, two-bathroom unit at 737 Broadway.
The former warehouse, built in 1867, is a cast-iron beauty that is aging gracefully.
The full-floor homes were designed by architect Karl Fischer with interior designs by Andres Escobar. The apartment has wide-plank oak floors, high ceilings and two skylights, along with a floor-to-ceiling gas fireplace in white Calcutta marble, a chef’s kitchen, master suite with spa bath and a Crestron system to control it all.
Hilton’s broker, Douglas Elliman Jared Seligman, declined to comment, as did listing broker Raphael De Niro, also of Elliman.
Skyway Development Group is going to build a ridiculously lavish townhouse on West 21st Street between Fifth and Sixth avenues, and for the first time unveiled renderings of what that home will look like. 34 West 21st Street will have the following, in order of prevalence: seven floors; six bedrooms; six bathrooms; four powder rooms; two hot tubs; one glass elevator; one sauna; one steam room; one home office; one private garage (with a curb cut included); one garden; and one roof deck. Interiors of the 8,000-square-foot giantess will be designed by Andres Escobar, who has places like the Jade hotel and other moderately nice designs to his name.