The luxurious hideout features floor-to-ceiling windows, a built-in ping pong table and a private outdoor terrace

By Morgan Smith and Hannah Chubb
Updated August 05, 2020 12:54 PM
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The odds were not in Jennifer Lawrence's favor when it came to selling her New York City penthouse.

The Oscar-winning actress, 29, has finally sold her sleek pad for $9.9 million, Variety reports, after first putting it on the market for $15.45 million last year. PEOPLE reported that the star lowered the price tag to $12 million in January 2020, listed with Pamela D’Arc of Compass.

Lawrence purchased the Upper East Side apartment in 2016 for $15.6 million, meaning she took a staggering $5.7 million loss on the recent sale.

The property is located on the top floor of The Laurel, a condominium tower that comes complete with a concierge, library and an Infinity lap pool.

The more-than-4,000-square-foot pad features three bedrooms, four and a half baths and a gas fireplace.

Courtesy of TopTenRealEstateDeals.com/Compass Reality
Courtesy of TopTenRealEstateDeals.com/Compass Reality

The interior includes a chef’s kitchen (with a wine fridge), floor-to-ceiling windows and access to a private terrace that offers sweeping views of the city.

Bedrooms are separated from the front rooms by a long hallway. The cozy main suite comes with a soaking tub, a spacious dressing room and a marble double sink.

Split-level outdoor terraces wrap the apartment and offer plenty of space to entertain Lawrence’s famous pals. There’s also an outdoor kitchen, fireplace, pergola and a built-in ping pong table.

Courtesy of TopTenRealEstateDeals.com/Compass Reality

In the past, Lawrence has split her time between New York and Los Angeles with her art dealer husband Cooke Maroney, 35, whom she married in a lavish Rhode Island ceremony in October 2019.

The pair held a wedding reception for their 150 guests, including Adele, Amy Schumer and Kris Jenner, at the luxurious Belcourt of Newport, a mansion in Newport that was designed in 1894 by renowned American architect Richard Morris Hunt.

The two were first linked in June 2018. A rep for the actress confirmed to PEOPLE she and Maroney were engaged in February 2019.