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Mickey Drexler's Tribeca Loft

Set in one of Manhattan's most renowned loft buildings on one of Tribeca's most desirable streets, Mickey Drexler's Tribeca Loft is a fitting abode for a fashion mogul. The J. Crew CEO's home offers over 6,200 square feet of space, with highlight features like 11-foot ceilings, wide-plank Brazilian floors, and an 82-foot wide living that separates the master suite from the four other bedrooms. There's also a modern kitchen, arched windows, and what one can only assume is a theater, designated as such by the truly massive flat panel on the wall.

  • The Playboy Mansion

    You've dreamt of going there. Now you can own the joint. The Playboy Mansion is up for sale, with a price tag to match its reputation. As you probably already know, the six-bedroom 1927 tudor has a theater, a game room, a gym, a huge kitchen, and a zoo. It also has a swimming pool with a Grotto so notorious it has its own listing on Google Maps (just search for "STD water") and a four-bedroom guest house. No Bunnies are included with the sale, unfortunately, but rumor is that if you want to let Hef live out the rest of his life there, he wouldn't be opposed. Smoking jacket negotiable.

    Photos: Jim Bartsch

  • Hudson Woods

    Located about 100 miles north of New York City, the Hudson Woods development offers city dwellers the chance to own a weekend home or end-of-the-world hideout within a short drive from their jobs and expensive apartments. This 130-acre site will eventually be home to 26 glass-and-timber, cabin-like dwellings. Designed by an architect and meticulously put together, your biggest choice when buying one is whether you want the natural cedar exterior or the handsome blackened cedar. Even the furniture has been chosen for you from local makers. Lot choices go up to 12 acres in size, and a slew of upgrades are available — everything from a blackened steel-and-walnut kitchen island to a fruit tree grove. There's even a well-designed, $40,000 treehouse option for the kids.

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