Here's The $30 Million Apartment The CEO Of J.Crew Calls Home

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J.Crew has become a go-to shopping spot for fashionistas and prepsters alike, and the store's CEO, Mickey Drexler, has a lot to do with that. So, what does being at the helm of one of America's favorite stores gets you?

Well, for starters, it can get you a one-of-a-kind house right in the heart of Tribeca. The Wall Street Journal reports that Drexler is listing the house, a former coffee plant, for sale. While it didn't come cheap (Drexler bought it for $5.5 million in 2008), he's selling it at a steep markup. The listing price is a whopping $29.95 million after Drexler's extensive renovations.

The house was converted into a single-family residency, with many of the industrial elements cleverly incorporated into the overhaul. And like J.Crew, the home incorporates classic American style with a modern twist.

Not included in the listing pictures? Some of the house's most luxe offerings, like a basement sauna and rooftop terrace with views of the Hudson River. But we do get a glimpse into the home's stunning interiors, which include several giant bedrooms, an elevator, and Mad Men-esque decorating that would go well with any J.Crew outfit.

So, why is Drexler leaving? According to his real estate agent, he spends most of his time at his Upper East Side residence. Considering what this house looks like, the other place must be pretty great — click through to see what we mean.

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The exterior includes the original sign from one of the coffee companies that occupied the home when it was still a factory.
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A peek into one of the hallways shows some of the original industrial elements that were included in the new design, like the steel beams by the staircase.
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Another look at the beams.
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The art in the sitting room is another nod to the building's original use.
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The larger-than-life, retro chandelier makes a showstopping centerpiece in the large den.
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A smaller sitting room would make a great reading nook.
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The bold colors in some of the rooms are left behind in this all-white bathroom.
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The giant kitchen is large enough to include an eight-person dining room table.
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A bedroom looks straight out of the Roaring '20s.
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The house has five bedrooms, including this one, where the yellow-and-black motif is toned down for a more relaxing, private space.
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