Tom Brady and Gisele List NYC Apartment for $13.95M

New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady and his super model wife have listed their Flat Iron District apartment for sale. The full-floor, four-bedroom spread on the 48th floor at 23 E. 22nd St. in the Flatiron District now asks $13.95 million — down from its original asking price of $17.25 million in 2016.

The 48th floor at One Madison is a magnificently rebuilt, move-in ready, 3- or 4-bedroom apartment that has been completely re-imagined by Architectural Digest 100 architect, Peter Marino. The unique design makes the most of every inch of this 3,310-square-foot space, incorporating a harmonious combination of materials, finishes and interiors resulting in a spectacular residential environment. Careful consideration and design resulted in one-of-a-kind finishes and a vastly superior floor plan.

In addition to numerous other changes and adjustments to the original plans, the apartment allows for a large media room/den that provides an additional public space that is perfect for casual entertaining or a fourth bedroom enhancing the overall living experience and adding value to the apartment.

The apartment offers remarkable 360-degree views of the tri-state including iconic New York from the Empire State Building, One World Trade, the Statue of Liberty and across both the Hudson and East Rivers and multiple bridges.

One Madison is a five star, full-service building featuring the highest level of services and amenities including a lap pool, steam room, screening room, gym, children’s playroom, meeting rooms, private dining room and catering kitchen.

The couple bought the apartment in 2014 for $11.7 million.

The listing broker is Michael Bolla, of Sotheby’s International.

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Brady and Bündchen will keep a place in the city though after just recently picking up a $32,000,000 pad in Tribeca.