A lavish New York City apartment that was formerly rented by Talita von Furstenberg — designer Diane von Furstenberg’s socialite granddaughter — has hit the market for $10 million.
The 23-year-old, who is the daughter of Prince Alexander von Furstenberg and his first wife, Alexandra von Furstenberg, lived in the 10th-floor residence at 165 Charles St. for the past few years, a source told the New York Post’s Gimme Shelter.
The 2,541 square feet West Village loft boasts three bedrooms, three bathrooms, a 35-foot terrace, and sweeping views of the Hudson River and the city’s famous skyline.
A New York City apartment that was formerly rented by Talita von Furstenberg, 23, is on the market for $10 million
The 2,541 square feet West Village loft boasts three bedrooms, three bathrooms, and floor-to-ceiling windows that let in plenty of natural sunlight
The spacious apartment features 11-foot ceilings and Wenge African hardwood floors. The double-glazed floor-to-ceiling windows fill the space with light and allow inhabitants to enjoy the spectacular view without ever having to step outside.
The condo’s entryway opens to a gallery that leads to a large 33-foot by 22-foot living room with an open kitchen. There is also a smaller sitting area that can be used as a library or den.
The bright kitchen has white matte lacquer cabinetry, as well as a white Corian countertop and backsplash.
Added touches include a Gaggenau convection oven and cooktop, a subzero refrigerator, and a Dornbracht sink.
The sleek, modern design is carried out throughout the apartment, which has three full bedrooms and bathrooms.
The primary bedroom has a 19-foot corner suite with a sitting area, dressing area, and two walk-in closets.
Talita lived in the 10th-floor unit at 165 Charles St. for the past few years, a source told the New York Post’s Gimme Shelter. The apartment comes complete with a 35-foot terrace
The spacious loft offers sweeping views of the Hudson River and New York City’s famous skyline
There is no shortage of amenities for residents, who have access to a 24-hour concierge, a fitness center, a screening room, a residential lounge, and a pool
The en suite bathroom has gray jet mist granite slab stone flooring, a frameless shower, and an extra deep soaking tub by Zume.
The home also has a separate laundry area with a Bosch washer and dryer, a highly-coveted apartment feature in the Big Apple.
The 16-floor glass tower that Talita called home was designed by internationally-acclaimed architect Richard Meier. The condominium building won the New York Chapter of the American Institute of Architects Design Award in 2005.
There is no shortage of amenities for residents, who have access to a 24-hour concierge, a fitness center, a professional screening room, and a residential lounge.
The building also has a 50-foot infinity pool located in a double-height atrium that features clerestory windows.
Whoever scoops up the socialite’s old loft will have access to a private wine cellar and large storage unit that comes along with the price.
Talita’s grandmother Diane von Furstenberg (pictured together in 2020) named her co-chairwoman of her DVF fashion brand
Talita is the daughter of Prince Alexander von Furstenberg and his first wife, Alexandra von Furstenberg (pictured in 2019)
Spencer Means of Compass is the listing agent for the unit.
Talita grew up in Los Angeles and moved to the East Coast in 2017 to attend Georgetown University with her cousin, fellow royal Prince Alexios of Greece.
She later transferred to New York University to study fashion business and marketing while serving as her grandmother’s muse for DVF.
Talita has since been named co-chairwoman of the fashion brand as part of the company’s restructuring over the past few years, while Gabby Hirata, 33, was brought on as DVF’s new president and CEO.
‘For me, what I hope is that [my successors] will maintain the spirit and the attitude,’ Diane told The Wall Street Journal in May. ‘Right now I’m putting all of my archive, all of my 50 years of experience, into this huge vault with the codes and the tricks and the knowhow and all of that.
‘Then it’s in the hands of young people — my granddaughter, Gabby, whoever else works here — to do it, respecting the values and not trying to be something that we aren’t. DVF is about respecting the woman and giving her the tools to be the woman she wants to be.’