A penthouse apartment steeped in history and boasting a large A-list roster of former residents is for sale in New York City.
The historic Silk Building was originally built in 1908 and served as a silk factory before being converted in 1982 into condominium residences that served as the home for many celebrities.
The 12-story building is situated in the NoHo Neighborhood and dominates a whole block between Broadway and Lafayette.
In the '80s, Cher was the first to cozy on up in the Silk Building's penthouse not long after its transition into a residential building. Cher called the place home until 1990, when she sold the penthouse to rap mogul Russell Simmons for $1.6 million. Over the years, the apartment also became home to Britney Spears.
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The penthouse features tall ceilings, an outdoor terrace with views over Greenwich Village and the Empire State Building, working fireplaces, an upgraded kitchen, marble bathrooms, and a wet bar in the primary suite.
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