Supermodel Tyra Banks owns two properties in California, but her Manhattan home was just put on the market for a cool $17 million. The apartment in the Battery City Park neighborhood features incredible views that make you feel like you’re up in the clouds. Floor-to-ceiling windows give the effect throughout the entire apartment, especially the bedrooms, where you can wake up to the water and skyline.
The interior is just as impressive. The home is open and airy with plenty of light thanks to the myriad windows. Wood is used throughout the entire home to give it a warm, natural appeal while pops of color give it flavor and personality. It’s a great place for entertaining with plenty of space for guests, including three guest suites. The entire apartment is 7,000 square feet and includes full, private quarters for staff.
There is also a personal gym, office, and a salon/barber shop so everything you need is right at your fingertips.
Enjoy this incredible home tour courtesy of Elle Decor!
Tyra Banks Home Tour
Most of the apartment offers floor-to-ceiling picturesque views. Imagine waking up to this in the morning!
The green ceiling in the kitchen is a beautiful punch of color and personality, especially when paired with the gorgeous light fixtures.
More green is found in this cozy breakfast nook with built-in banquette seating. Purple accents contrast beautifully against the green for a fun, creative look.
The soft creams and wood in the bathroom make for a relaxing atmosphere, while some cleverly placed pattern adds style and sophistication.
Folding windows offer some privacy to another sitting area when necessary but also allow light to filter through.
The guest suite is wrapped in rich wood paneling and accented with crisp white to make it feel cozy and open all at once.
The wood look is continued into the shower in the form of tile that mimics it for a masculine vibe.
Another bedroom gets more stunning views of the water to wake up to every morning.
How charming is this sitting area with a wet bar and built-in seating for guests?
When can I move in?