Published on August 2, 2016

Per 6sqft, the palatial pad— part of a Robert A.M. Stern-designed building in Tribeca—won’t be actually be ready for move-in until 2018!

The limestone-clad condo sits on one of the highest floors of the building, directly overlooking the scenic Hudson River.

Inside, you’ll find a Daniel Romualdez-designed interior with wall-length windows and 5,000 square feet of living space.

Plus, there’s a private street entrance for bypassing the paparazzi.

The luxury building boasts a slew of A-List amenities, including an 82-foot lap pool, sauna and steam room, as well as a yoga, Pilates and cycling studio.

The power couple also owns three other properties in Los Angeles, New York City, and Massachusetts, meaning the super late move-in date really shouldn’t be a problem.

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