Socialite/fashion entrepreneur Lauren Santo Domingo and her even richer husband Andrés Santo Domingo have just listed their Flatiron loft at 31 West 21st Street for $7.25 million, Variety reports. Santo Domingo is the co-founder of Moda Operandi, the trunk show website that allows you to buy looks directly off the runway, and is also a contributing editor at Vogue. Her father was the former CEO of Perrier Water.
According to the listing, the 4,700-square-foot, three bedroom, three-and-a-half bathroom apartment has 11′ ceilings and a keyed elevator entrance. It also has quite an unusual art collection, which Santo Domingo discussed when the apartment was featured in Vogue in 2011. Other notable residents of the building include Alphabet (aka Google) chairman Eric Schmidt.
The Santo Domingos also own a townhouse at 23 Gramercy Park South, which they bought for $18.5 million in 2009 from nightlife entrepreneur Michael Hirtensten and have been renovating like crazy since then. Andrés’ parents, the late Julio Mario Santo Domingo and Beatrice Santo Domingo of Colombia, made billions from their 14% stake in brewery SABMiller, according to Forbes. They own a duplex apartment in 740 Park, and share a Paris pied-à-terre with Lauren and Andrés in a spectacular hôtel particulier in the Saint-Germain neighborhood that was also — big surprise — featured in Vogue in 2012.