Mad Men is over, but Don Draper’s New York legacy lives on through his real life alter ego, Jon Hamm. Since the show’s finale in 2015, the A-lister has been through quite a few major life changes—from starring in big budget films like Keeping Up with the Joneses and Baby Driver to splitting with his longtime partner, jennifer westfeldt Now, the star is set to embark on yet another new journey as—to our excitement and surprise—a landlord.
Hamm and Westfeldt—who purchased their Upper West Side penthouse for $2.45 million back in 2013—just put the sophisticated two-bedroom up for rent. Assuming the Missouri-born actor isn’t at all like his stoic Mad Men character IRL, we’re going to guess he’d be a pretty great landlord to have—that is, if you don’t mind dropping $14,995 on rent each month.
Built in 1928, the actor’s Central Park-adjacent home sits on the 10th floor of the luxe co-op along with another penthouse unit. Marble countertops, all-white cabinets, and a rustic breakfast bar for two make Hamm’s updated kitchen a decidedly cozy place to cook.
Potential tenants who consider themselves master organizers will instantly fall in love with the open shelving—an effortless storage fix we’ll always support. And given that celebs tend to favor particularly over-the-top kitchens, we definitely appreciate this A-lister’s refreshing approach to an inviting cooking space.
Other noteworthy amenities in the main living areas include custom stain-glassed pocket doors, a fully integrated sonos sound system and remote-controlled shades.
Renters craving a palette cleanser will find solace in both of the abodes’ two white-washed bathrooms that prove a lack of color can be a good thing, every once in awhile.
But, can anything really compare to the apartment’s unparalleled square-footage outdoors? Made for lazy summer days and sipping on morning coffee, one of the home’s two private terraces sits just off the master bedroom.
The 40 West 67th Street address is currently listed by Corcoran Group Real Estate. You can view the entire home here.