The America's Next Top Model host recently announced she'd return to the show after taking a season off

By Mackenzie Schmidt
April 03, 2017 05:12 PM
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Credit: Evan Joseph/Courtesy Modlin Group Inset: Jason LaVeris/FilmMagic

The sky’s the limit in more ways than one for America’s Next Top Model creator Tyra Banks.

The supermodel, who recently announced that she’s doing away with age restrictions for her grand return to the reality show, has listed her high-rise apartment in New York City for $17.5 million, according to Trulia.

Credit: Evan Joseph/Courtesy Modlin Group
Credit: Evan Joseph/Courtesy Modlin Group

The 7,000-square-foot condo located in Manhattan’s Battery Park neighborhood is listed with Adam D. Modlin of Modlin Group.

Hardly a blank-slate pied-a-terre for the Los Angeles–based mogul, the five-bed, five-bath condo offers distinctive design: Richly paneled walls, and colorful touches, including a leaf-green ceiling in the kitchen accented by floral fabric pendants, and a one-of-a-kind dining nook with a purple-wallpapered ceiling, are just a few standouts.

Credit: Evan Joseph/Courtesy Modlin Group
Credit: Evan Joseph/Courtesy Modlin Group

Aspiring top models will appreciate the in-home salon, complete with 360-degree mirrored dressing area. And those looking for all-out luxury will enjoy the home’s fountain in the foyer, decked out chef’s kitchen, and views across the Hudson River and south to the Statue of Liberty.

A globe-trotting buyer might also like to take advantage of the listing’s most extravagant feature: the opportunity to add a house manager, cook, housekeeper and personal attendant to the pricey purchase.

Credit: Evan Joseph/Courtesy Modlin Group
Credit: Evan Joseph/Courtesy Modlin Group

Banks will return to America’s Next Top Model, the show she helped to create and executive produces, as head of the judging panel after sitting out last season. Production is slated to begin this summer, and additional panelists will be announced at a later date.