Tennis star’s Chelsea penthouse hits market for $10M

Milos Raonic lists London Terrace unit

Milos Raonic and 470 West 24th Street in Manhattan (Getty, iStock, Sotheby's Realty)
Milos Raonic and 470 West 24th Street in Manhattan (Getty, iStock, Sotheby's Realty)

Canadian tennis star Milos Raonic is hoping to serve an ace with the sale of his penthouse co-op in West Chelsea.

The unit at 470 West 24th Street is on the market for nearly $10 million, Dirt reported. The 2,700-square-foot co-op is part of the neighborhood’s London Terrace apartment complex, known for celebrity tenants and a tense battle over a swimming pool.

Raonic picked up the unit in 2019 for $7.55 million, an apparent steal after it was last listed for $8.4 million. While the seller of the unit was a trust, Dirt reported the seller to be “Sopranos” creator David Chase, who reportedly paid $9.65 million to purchase the unit in 2012.

The three-bedroom, three-and-a-half bathroom unit comes with 200 feet of wraparound terraces and 1,000 square feet of outdoor living space. Other features of the unit include wood-burning fireplaces and various views of the Hudson River, Hudson Yards and the High Line.

Amenities in the building include enhanced security features, a fitness center and a landscaped roof terrace. Mark Thomas Amadei of Sotheby’s International Realty holds the listing. 

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The complex has been home to a number of celebrities over the years. Dirt reported Tim Gunn, Chelsea Clinton, Pete Davidson, Malcolm Gladwell and Nicole Kidman were among past residents and actor Alec Baldwin reportedly toured a penthouse at the complex in 2016.

Raonic is one of the most successful Canadian tennis players in recent memory, winning eight career titles and reaching the No. 3 ranking of the ATP in 2016, despite playing during a notoriously top-heavy era of the sport. He has never won a Grand Slam tournament, though he reached the finals at Wimbledon in 2016.

The 31-year-old, ranked No. 156 in the world, has struggled with injuries in recent years and hasn’t played in a tournament since July.

[Dirt] — Holden Walter-Warner