Famed photographer Annie Leibovitz has listed her West Village apartment.
Photo: Corcoran

Annie Leibovitz Lists Industrial-Chic West Village Apartment for $8.5 Million

The full-floor residence features spellbinding Hudson River views, a keyed elevator entrance, and a wood-burning fireplace

Famed photographer Annie Leibovitz is parting ways with her light-filled West Village loft. Currently configured as a live-work space, the full-floor unit is perched in a boutique building on West Street that offers 24-hour security and direct access to Hudson River Park.

It was only in October of 2022 that the legendary shutterbug—famous for celebrity portraits that have graced the covers of Vogue, Vanity Fair, and Rolling Stone—snapped up the 3,200-square-foot residence for a reported $6.5 million, some $500,000 below the asking price at the time.

The sun-splashed home comes with 60 feet of windows overlooking the Hudson River. Photo: Corcoran

Equipped with more than 60 feet of windows overlooking the Hudson River, the two-bedroom dwelling comes with a library that can be configured into a third bedroom if so desired. Among the in-unit amenities are heated bluestone floors, wood-burning fireplace, eat-in kitchen, and laundry room. The industrial-chic pad also comes with a trio of baths, including a primary bath with its own soaking tub.

For her part, Leibovitz has a reputation as something of a real estate mogul, having unloaded a three-townhouse compound near this loft in 2014 for $28.5 million. She also just sold a Central Park–facing co-op on the Upper West Side that was most recently asking $8.6 million.

The apartment is listed with Deborah Kern of Corcoran. See more photos below. 

A wood-burning fireplace (since outlawed in Manhattan) is among the in-unit amenities. Photo: Corcoran

Leibovitz uses the two-bedroom pad as a studio. Photo: Corcoran

The dwelling is awash in natural light. Photo: Corcoran

The apartment has heated bluestone floors. Photo: Corcoran

A wood-paneled bath. Photo: Corcoran

Cover: Famed photographer Annie Leibovitz has listed her West Village apartment.
Photo: Corcoran


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