Derek Jeter’s Former Trump World Tower Penthouse is on sale for $16.5 Million

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Yankees legend Derek Jeter’s former penthouse at Trump World Tower in New York City is now on the market for a whopping $16.5 million. The 5,380-square-foot apartment, situated in a Trump-branded building opposite the U.N. in Manhattan, provides a convenient 35-minute commute to Yankee Stadium, making it an ideal residence for the former shortstop.

Listing agent Gisela Vergara of Corcoran expressed the property’s allure, stating to the Manson Global, “It’s really breathtaking. You walk in its triple exposure, floor-to-ceiling windows. From every room you see landmarks. Every bedroom, office, and kitchen is truly outstanding.”

The penthouse’s notable features are its soaring 16-foot ceilings and a substantial slate fireplace. The 79-foot frontage along East 47th Street seamlessly connects the living, dining, and entertainment areas.

Derek Jeter, former president of the Miami Marlins, had called this remarkable home, which boasts four bedrooms, his own. The residence has undergone recent remodeling, ensuring it meets contemporary standards.

With sweeping views to the east, south, and west, the penthouse offers a panorama of iconic city sights, including rivers, bridges, the Empire State Building, One World Trade Center, and the Chrysler Building.

The bedrooms are strategically split into two wings. The primary wing, featuring East River views and an elegant marble bathroom, also houses a second bedroom. Meanwhile, the other wing accommodates the guest suite and the final bedroom.

Having originally acquired the property for $12.7 million in 2001, Jeter sold the condo in September 2012 for a substantial $15.5 million to Silvio Luiz Reichert, as reported by The New York Times. Reichert reportedly purchased a limited liability company linked to Anheuser-Busch.

Derek Jeter, a legendary figure in the world of baseball, recently graced Fox Sports as an analyst covering the World Series. Throughout his illustrious career, Jeter earned accolades such as a five-time World Series champion, five Gold Glove Awards, five Silver Slugger Awards, and 14 All-Star selections.

Retiring from baseball in 2014, he remained a part owner of MLB’s Miami Marlins until last year. 

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