Proenza Schouler's Hernandez and McCollough Apartment Photos

Homes of Their Own: Inside the Proenza Schouler Apartments

Proenza Schouler's Hernandez and McCollough Apartment Photos

The New York City apartment Proenza Schouler's Jack McCollough put on the market this Fall sold fast, but don't worry — Lazaro Hernandez's place is still up for grabs.

Both designers listed their homes for sale on the same day in October, and McCollough's two-bedroom West Village duplex just sold for $1,895,000. But Hernandez recently reduced the asking price for his apartment — which takes up the parlor floor of a townhouse in Chelsea — from $985,000 down to $950,000.

Why both places didn't sell immediately is a mystery: McCollough's light-filled, two-floor apartment has a modern, clean-lined sleekness to it that's warmed up with natural elements like a wall of wood cabinetry in the living room and dark gray stone countertops in the kitchen. There's even a small terrace just steps away from the study.

Hernandez's home is furnished and appointed a little more traditionally: there's a brick fireplace in the living room, which features wooden shutters on its windows. The terrace here is slightly larger than at McCollough's place, and accommodates a table, chairs, and an outdoor sectional.

Speculation has the couple pooling their resources and moving in together, but until then, here's a glimpse of both homes here in the gallery.

Photos via Corcoran.