Someone is clearly announcing this Condeca apartment if they were willing to meet the asking price of $ 13.5 million.
Mark Manson author of 2016 best-selling book “The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F * ck” and the 2019 book “Everything Is F * cked: A Book About Hope” -listed his 5,445-square-foot mansion in the sky for 13.5 million dollars on Wednesday. It went into contract almost immediately.
After finding a seller, broker Ryan Serhant from SERHANT noted. brokerage company posted a video tour of the pillow on Instagram, beginning with a clip of himself reading from Manson’s book in his bathtub “without telling him”, adding: “Hope he does not give of * ck. I guess, that he will be ok when I signed the contract one day with a final request of $ 13.5 million. ”
“Now it’s fucking poetry, if I’ve ever heard it,” Manson commented on the video. Serhant told The Post he is “relieved”. Manson was not upset by the video from the bathroom.
The self-help guru bought the five-bedroom, six-and-a-half-bathroom house for $ 12.95 million in November 2018, but barely lived there due to travel and COVID-related moving-in delays, according to Sehant.
“It is very rare to find a brand new construction that hardly lived in place like this one in first-class Tribeca. It’s very unique, “agent Ryan Serhant told The Post.
It has a foyer, living room, dining room, media room, gallery and office space, according to the construction.
“My favorite place is Mark’s office. I’m a super fan. I love his books, they are super helpful, and his office is really beautiful … You can really see the author’s mind in the room, ”Serhant told The Post.
The dining kitchen has an island breakfast bar, double refrigerator, oversized wine storage, two ovens, built-in burners and oversized dishwashers, according to the list.
The suite in the master bedroom has large windows, three walk-in closets, two bathrooms with vanities, bath, sauna, separate showers and water closets, according to the list.
The 10-story, 27-unit pet-friendly building in 2015 features a doorman, a concierge, a rooftop terrace, a gym, a garden and a playroom for children, according to the listing.
The author, who was credited by Olympic gymnast Simone Biles for helping her learn to prioritize her needs, also wrote a memoir with Will Smith called “Will,” due out Nov. 9.