We're not sure how much J. Crew pays top execs, but considering the company's CEO just listed his luxury 5-bedroom 9,000-square-foot Manhattan townhouse for a cool $30 million, we think it's safe to say they aren't slumming it.
Located in the popular Tribeca neighborhood, the historic building was originally built in the 1890's and functioned for much of its existence as a coffee roasting plant. After Millard "Mickey" Drexler picked it up in 2005 for $5.5 million, he worked with architect and designer Thierry Despont to transform it from a century-old factory to a single family home that still contains industrial remnants from its past.
The renovation was completed in 2015 and after taking a look at the final product, it's easy to see why it's fetching a huge price tag. Each room has a unique aesthetic. And according to the Wall Street Journal, the property has some luxurious amenities, including a sauna and gym, elevator, and a view of the Hudson River from the building's rooftop terrace.
If you're not in the market for this upscale Manhattan dwelling, you can still enjoy the home's beauty with these pictures. Dreaming never hurt anybody, right?