Film producer Jane Rosenthal, responsible for “Meet the Parents”, “Meet the Fockers”, and more listed her one of a kind Central Park West apartment at the Dakota building for roughly 39 million. Ms. Rosenthal owns the property with her ex, Craig Hatkoff. The apartment is nearly 7,500 square feet and consists of five bedrooms and seven bathrooms.
Jane’s apartment was originally four separate apartments that were combined into the mega mansion seen today. The apartment is truly one of a kind; it has over 100 feet of frontage on Central Park as well as an eleven-foot ceiling to go along with two wood burning stoves. The apartment will not be able for viewings until April 25th unfortunately. However, a 7,500 square foot apartment, in Manhattan right on Central Park, sounds like an amazing opportunity.
The great thing about this apartment is its ability to transform to fit the owner’s needs. The canvas is already set, but can be easily manipulated to meet any needs a resident may have. There is also a laundry room, a playroom for the kids, and a gym. Opportunities like this don’t come around every day. If you are in the market, and can seriously afford a 39 million dollar coop, then at least schedule a visit, you won’t regret it; it is truly an amazing space.
This historical building was first built in 1884 by architect Henry J. Hardenbergh and is comprised of over 90 apartments spread out over nine floors. The Dakota is recognized as being the architectural icon of the Upper West Side for its Gothic influences that is present throughout the façade of the building. The property has an ornately landscaped interior and exterior courtyards that are favorites for both the building residents and tourists alike. This one of a kind coop offers the best in class privacy and luxury. There are currently six active listings at The Dakota with Rosenthal’s apartment being the crown jewel.