Her new building was built in 1898 and used to play host to an art gallery. But Edward Minskoff bought the eight-story edifice for $26.6 million and turned it into a monument to privacy and luxury.
Her two bedrooms and two-and-a-half bathrooms features a private elevator and views from both the north and south sides of the building. There’s marble everywhere, the plan is open without being overwhelmingly so, and the appliances redefine the top of the line.
This is the sort of house that would never seem full, no matter how hard Netflix tried. The photos reveal a light-drenched space that looks more like something belonging to a fashion impresario than an ex-child-star. Luckily, Olsen is both.
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