Jennifer Lawrence Swaps NYC Penthouse for $22 Million Townhouse

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Every cloud has a silver lining. Though Jennifer Lawrence lost a mammoth $5.7 million on the sale of her Upper East Side penthouse in July, she was quick to drown her sorrows in another lavish Manhattan home — a brand-new West Village townhouse that she bought in an off-market deal for a hefty $21.9 million.

The purchase, which occurred at the same time as her calamitous penthouse sale, was first uncovered by the sleuths at the NY Post, and went down in a boutique development designed by British architect David Chipperfield and developed by part-time Malibu resident Edward Minskoff. Lawrence’s digs are one of only seven homes in the snazzy new complex, which replaced a plebeian parking garage. There are dual two-story townhouses, four three-bedroom condos and a 9,000-square-foot duplex penthouse, which Minskoff is moving into himself. Lawrence, star of “The Hunger Games”

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Sky Residences swaps highrise Edmonton condos for luxury rental suites

Condos originally slated for the upper floors of Stantec Tower are being converted into luxury rental suites in Edmonton’s downtown because of the COVID-19 pandemic.



a living room filled with furniture and a large window: A residential unit at the SKY Residences in Stantec Tower which will now be available for rent mainly due to the economic climate created by the COVID-19 pandemic. The downtown Edmonton luxury suites are located in the Ice District across the street from Rogers Place. The Stantec Tower is western Canada's tallest building.


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A residential unit at the SKY Residences in Stantec Tower which will now be available for rent mainly due to the economic climate created by the COVID-19 pandemic. The downtown Edmonton luxury suites are located in the Ice District across the street from Rogers Place. The Stantec Tower is western Canada’s tallest building.

Sky Residences at Ice District announced 168 rental units on floors 31 to 42 will be available starting on Tuesday. The 66-floor tower, Canada’s tallest building outside of Toronto, originally intended to offer roughly 484 condo units with prices ranging between $300,000 to $700,000. Some of the more spacious condos jumped to more than $1 million in price.

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Tim Shipton, senior vice president of communications

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Sky Residences swaps Edmonton condos for luxury rental suites

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Shipton said there will be rental options with long- and short-term leases.

“We also think this creates a very nice path to purchase, in particular, for young professionals,” he said. “You rent here in Sky Signature Suites, you get climatized to the lifestyle and then you can transition into a condo later on.”

Stantec residents will also have access to the amenities at the neighbouring JW Marriott, a rooftop terrace, an infrared sauna, a fitness facility and a golf simulator.

A residential unit at the SKY Residences in Stantec Tower. which will now be available for rent, mainly due to the economic climate created by the COVID-19 pandemic. The downtown Edmonton luxury suites are located in the Ice District across the street from Rogers Place. The Stantec Tower is western Canada's tallest building. (Photo by Larry Wong/Postmedia)
A residential unit at the Sky Residences in Stantec Tower, which will now be available for rent, mainly due to the economic climate created by the COVID-19 pandemic. The downtown Edmonton luxury suites are located in the Ice District across the street from Rogers Place. The Stantec Tower is Western Canada’s tallest building. Photo by Larry Wong /Postmedia

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