The singer-actress has listed her New York City penthouse, located in The Whitman, a luxury four-unit building overlooking Madison Square Park, for US$26.95 million.

Adam D. Molin, founder of Molin Group, holds the listing.

Lopez – who raked in US$38 million in pre-tax earnings last year – bought the 6,540 square-foot duplex, complete with four outdoor terraces, for US$20 million in 2014.

Even with Lopez on the way out, the halls of The Whitman will remain star-studded. Residents include former first daughter Chelsea Clinton, hedge fund manager John Silvetz, and NASCAR’s Jeff Gordon.

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The Whitman Mansion was originally built in 1924 in New York City’s trendy Flatiron neighbourhood. The building was converted into boutique condominiums in 2013, with listing prices starting at US$10 million.

Referred to as “the crown jewel” of the Whitman – which has a private gym and 24-hour doorman – the penthouse comprises 6,500 square feet of interior living space across two floors and 3,000 square feet of outdoor space on four separate terraces.

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A private elevator opens up to a sun-filled great room with a skylight and three sets of French doors boasting up-close views of Madison Square Park. The penthouse has four bedrooms and six-and-a half bathrooms.

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At US$4,120 per square foot, the home is more than twice the median price-per-square foot in Manhattan, according to Zillow. When she bought the unit three years ago, Lopez paid about US$3,000 per square foot.

The kitchen has marble countertops, built-in pantries, stainless-steel appliances, and a wine cooler, plus plenty of formal and informal seating.

A private master suite is located on the sixth floor, with two accompanying master bathrooms and a terrace facing 27th street.

The master bedroom is complete with two marble bathrooms, a separate soaking tub, and a windowed dressing room with access to a terrace.

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