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Vogue Editor Lauren Santo Domingo Lists Glamorous NYC Apartment for $7M

Posted by Staff Reporter on Feb 29, 2016 06:40 AM EST
Lauren Santo Domingo, Kristina O'Neill & Derek Blasberg Celebrate Dasha Zhukova's WSJ. Magazine Cover more big
Lauren Santo Domingo attends the party for Dasha Zhukova' cover for Wall Street Journal on January 27, 2015 in Paris, France. (Photo : Getty Images/Victor Boyko)

Fashion icon and socialite Lauren Santo Domingo just listed her New York City residence for $7,250,000 and it is as exaggeratedly glamorous as anyone can imagine. The co-founder of online design retailer Moda Operandi and contributing editor at Vogue lived in the three-bedroom, 3.5-bath pad in Manhattan's Flatiron district with her billionaire husband Andres Domingo and their two children.

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The glamorous family's lifestyle in their NYC loft seems nothing short of opulent. The luxurious building's elevator opens directly into the living room, with 11-foot-high ceilings, exquisite hardwood floors and oversized windows. The gorgeous 4,713-square-foot residence also contains a modern kitchen with stainless steel devices. The private master suite has a spa-inspired bath with a loft that is equipped with a walk-in closet and a dressing room. LSD stores all of her collection of couture pieces in the specially designed area.

Beyond the NYC home's design, something else to swoon over is Santo Domingo's vibrant interior decorating. From mod angular lighting pendants to bold-patterned wallpaper, the couple's personal style radiates from every inch of the home.

With regards to the price, the seven-figure cost also comes with a monthly real estate tax of $3,666, as well as a monthly maintenance fee of $2,750, Pop Sugar reported.

Aside from the family's NYC apartment, they also own a townhouse at 23 Gramercy Park South. The couple has acquired the property for $18.5 million in 2009 from celebrity entrepreneur Michael Hirtensten. Since then, they have been remodeling the townhouse, extensively.

Andrés' parents, the late Beatrice Santo Domingo and Julio Mario Santo Domingo of Colombia, made bank from their 14 percent stake in SABMiller. They, on the other hand, share a stylish residence in 740 Park, and also own a Paris pied-à-terre with Andrés and Lauren in an elite hotel Particulier in the Saint-Germain district. All of these properties were heavily featured in Vogue magazine.

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