If you had high expectations for what you'd think a J.Crew executive's home would look like, you won't be disappointed. The clothing giant's CEO, Mickey Drexler, recently put his five-story Tribeca loft—formerly a coffee roastery—on the market, and Zillow shared several photos of the insanely stylish interiors, plus details about his pad, which might just live up to its steep price tag of nearly $30 million.
The 9000-square-foot space was designed by renowned French architect Thierry Despont, and the attention to detail throughout the five-bedroom, 5.5-bathroom space is incredible. We could could make ourselves at home in the master suite, which occupies the full second floor and impresses with an accompanying walk-in dressing room and a lounge area, as well as a large bathroom (complete with a textured wall made of glass blocks and a flat-screen TV, which hangs above a soaking tub). The Art Deco vibe, accomplished through patterned wallpaper, carefully curated artwork, and fascinating light fixtures, makes every room as intriguing than the next. Check out a few more images from his New York City pad below. For more pictures, visit Zillow.
Since you'll likely pass on purchasing his pad, pay homage to the former coffee roastery by shopping some of our favorite coffee from Irving Farm.
Did you envision Mickey Drexler's NYC home to be as stylish as it is?