It's all yours: Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel would have cut the price of their New York penthouse once more

Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel have cut the price of their penthouse in New York once again.

After it initially went on sale for $ 7,995 million, it is said that the A-list couple reduced the price of the SoHo pad by more than $ 1.5 million in total, with the last reduction of $ 400,000.

Based on a complex designed by the celebrated architect Gwathmey Siegel, the 2,598-square-foot apartment was originally purchased by the couple for $ 6.5 million in 2010. But it is now on the market for $ 6.35 million, $ 1.5 million less than its original price. .

It's all yours: Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel would have cut the price of their New York penthouse once more

It's all yours: Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel would have cut the price of their New York penthouse once more

Reducing your losses: the couple originally purchased their SoHo Mews property for $ 6.5 million in 2010

Initially it was stated that they expected to obtain a profit of more than one million dollars after their recent acquisition of a penthouse at 443 Greenwich Street for an amount of $ 20 million. But the couple now expects to cut their losses, with the market at $ 150,000 less than their purchase price, TMZ reported.

MailOnline has contacted representatives of Justin Timberlake to comment.

The listed apartment has three bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms, while an 850 square foot terrace wraps around three sides of the building.

A spacious living room offers plenty of space to relax and unwind, with upholstered leather chairs and sofas placed on either side of a large coffee table.

The floor-to-ceiling windows offer stunning views of downtown Manhattan, while adding light and space to the floor space that is already considerable.

Sleep well: your three bedrooms have outstanding views of downtown Manhattan

Sleep well: your three bedrooms have outstanding views of downtown Manhattan

Sleep well: your three bedrooms have outstanding views of downtown Manhattan

The basics: minimalism is a recurring theme, with rooms that feature elegant decor and limited home clothing.

The basics: minimalism is a recurring theme, with rooms that feature elegant decor and limited home clothing.

The basics: minimalism is a recurring theme, with rooms that feature elegant decor and limited home clothing.

With white walls and custom wood panels, the apartment has a minimalist and sparse appearance, highlighted by its polished, clinically white kitchen and the adjacent dining room.

The kitchen also has Valcucine cabinets, an integrated refrigerator and oven and plenty of space for wine storage.

A small breakfast nook, occupied by three chairs, provides additional seating space, while the windows offer an enviable view of New York.

Let's eat: a modest dining room is located next to an open kitchen, while the white walls add to the minimalist theme of the apartment

Let's eat: a modest dining room is located next to an open kitchen, while the white walls add to the minimalist theme of the apartment

Let's eat: a modest dining room is located next to an open kitchen, while the white walls add to the minimalist theme of the apartment

Company of Three: an identical chair trio occupies a space next to the kitchen breakfast bar

Company of Three: an identical chair trio occupies a space next to the kitchen breakfast bar

Company of Three: an identical chair trio occupies a space next to the kitchen breakfast bar

Man of wood: custom wood panels are also a featured feature throughout the apartment

Man of wood: custom wood panels are also a featured feature throughout the apartment

Man of wood: custom wood panels are also a featured feature throughout the apartment

Those who wish to get a better glimpse of the city can do so by virtue of its three concrete terraces, which can be accessed through a series of doors with glass panels.

Of its 3.5 bathrooms, a white marble bathroom offers an impressive focal point, with polished white surfaces that once again contribute to the clinical feel of the apartment.

The building also has a concierge, private parking and its own gym.

Wash and whoah! A white marble bathroom serves as a focal point in one of the 3.5 bathrooms of the apartment.

Wash and whoah! A white marble bathroom serves as a focal point in one of the 3.5 bathrooms of the apartment.

Wash and whoah! A white marble bathroom serves as a focal point in one of the 3.5 bathrooms of the apartment.

A breath of fresh air: those who hope to get a better glimpse of the city can do so by virtue of its three concrete terraces, accessible through a series of doors with glass panels.

A breath of fresh air: those who hope to get a better glimpse of the city can do so by virtue of its three concrete terraces, accessible through a series of doors with glass panels.

A breath of fresh air: those who hope to get a better glimpse of the city can do so by virtue of its three concrete terraces, accessible through a series of doors with glass panels.

Meanwhile, the red brick Greenwich penthouse of Justin and Jessica in Greenwich, purchased in 2017, dates back to the 1880s and was renovated by the architectural firm CetraRuddy.

Notable features include a 24-hour doorman, a lush interior courtyard, a 71-foot shared pool, a temperature-controlled winery, a 5,000-square-foot terrace and an underground garage.

Hollywood couple Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively have also bought there, as well as star of the Hunger Games Jennifer Lawrence.

According to the website of the property The Real Deal, the British Formula One driver, Lewis Hamilton, got another of the penthouses, which had a price of $ 54 million.

New platform: meanwhile, the red brick Greenwich penthouse of Justin and Jessica in Greenwich, purchased in 2017, dates back to the 1880s and was renovated by the architectural studio CetraRuddy

New platform: meanwhile, the red brick Greenwich penthouse of Justin and Jessica in Greenwich, purchased in 2017, dates back to the 1880s and was renovated by the architectural studio CetraRuddy

New platform: meanwhile, the red brick Greenwich penthouse of Justin and Jessica in Greenwich, purchased in 2017, dates back to the 1880s and was renovated by the architectural studio CetraRuddy

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