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Inside Deron Williams new pad in Tribeca, all $15.8 million of it

Douglas Elliman Real Estate

The New York Post and Curbed, the New York real estate site, have the inside scoop of the new residents of Deron and Amy Williams, all $15.8 million of it atop Merchants House in Tribeca. Here's how Post describes it...

Williams has purchased a 6,800-square-foot penthouse loft at the uber-posh 35 North Moore St. for $15.8 million. The six-bedroom, 4 1/2-bathroom residence in the Merchant’s House condo conversion, a building that dates back to 1905, also features a sprawling 3,000 square feet of outdoor space.

The unit includes a modern great room with 17-foot ceilings, floor-to-ceiling windows and a skylight. Other highlights include sliding glass doors that open onto a Zen-like Japanese garden and a floating staircase. The “restaurant-grade” stainless-steel kitchen comes with a commercial range and dishwasher plus two industrial refrigerators, and there’s also an “oversized climate-controlled wine room.” And if Williams feels like driving back and forth from Barclays Center, the residence comes with two garage spaces.

Oh yes, there are pictures of where Deron, Amy and their four children --two boys, two girls-- will spend a lot of their days and nights together. This is the third home the Williamses have lived in since arriving in New York. Only a few Nets actually live in the city where they play --Joe Johnson and Kris Humphries most prominently. None live in Brooklyn.