By Caroline Biggs

Published on March 1, 2016

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Per Variety, the Mad Max star purchased the posh pad in 2007 for $2.75 million, but sold it in October—at a loss—for $1.75 million. 

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The two-level penthouse—formerly a part of a department store in the 1920s—offers one bedroom, two bathrooms, and 2,350 square feet of living space.

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The lush interior boasts double-height ceilings, ebony hardwood floors, and a pair of floor-to-ceiling framed window that open outside onto two private terraces. 

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A mod steel staircase leads to the upstairs master suite, which features an en suite bathroom and another private terrace with its own fireplace. 

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The Renaissance-style dwelling also includes a state-of-the-art stainless steel kitchen, exposed air ducts, interconnected living spaces, and a spot-on view of the legendary Capital Records tower! 

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And since the celeb-filled condo building is also home to stars like Jason Statham, Jack Osbourne, and Wilmer Valderrama, there’s even a 24-hour valet service and access to a secret alley for ensured discreetness.