It’s been a little less than two years, and already Booz & Company consultant and Stranger Records founder Peter Jenkins is selling his Williamsburg penthouse in the Edge, Curbed reported. He was the first design client of sister wonderduo Hollister and Porter Hovey, and they gave the $2,160,000 white box some of their signature safari-meets-antiquarian soul with a little bachelor flavor thrown in, above. If the pad sells for the $3,250,000 ask, Jenkins stands to make a cool $1,090,000 on the deal.
Duplex Edge Penthouse Tries for Resale, Asks $3.25 Million [Curbed]
Photo via Hovey Design
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