Inside jewelry designer Jen Insardi’s dazzling $8M Tribeca home

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jewelry designer Jen Insardi is list of her restored Tribeca gem for $7.99 million.

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The 3,000-square-foot family residence is at 55 Vestry Street, in a converted 19th-century warehouse now known as Fairchild.

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It has four bedrooms, 3½ bathrooms and a private balcony.

Insardi, JV Insardi Fine Jewelry, won this year Mort Abelson New Designer of the Year Award.

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The smartly wired condominium features design details such as large arched windows, white oak flooring, gallery-style walls, custom built-in units, sliding doors and designer light figures. Insardi bought the house for $5.4 million in 2014 and has begun extensive renovations. It first hit the market for $9.75 million in 2018.

The home opens with a key-locked elevator to a foyer with custom joinery, shoe and coat closets that leads to a 40-foot open living/dining area with an open chef’s kitchen.

One of the four bedrooms in the house.
Shannon Dupre’ / DD reps
The house has enough space for parties.
The house has enough space for cozy gatherings.
Shannon Dupre’ / DD reps
Open plan view.
Open plan view.
Shannon Dupre’ / DD reps

Insardi led the design. “I approached the project with the same technique that I use in my fine jewelry,” she said. “The fusion of opposing concepts, where there are sculptural elements and architectural rigid lines, masculine and feminine materials, homage to the past and attention to the present – when successfully executed – creates a timeless design.”

The master bedroom’s arched window overlooks the Empire State Building. It also features a custom walk-in closet and a hot tub with deep soaking tub.

The listing brokers are Chloe Tucker Kane and Romy Jordan Muyon of Serhant.



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