Derek Jeter's having a solid season so far, with a batting average above .400, 32 hits, and four homers as of this post. Perhaps it was to piggypack on the heels of this good fortune that the Yankees shortstop relisted his Manhattan penthouse, which he tried to unload for $20M two years ago. That pricetag makes the new ask—$17.95M—seem downright cheap, especially for what the unit has to offer: it's a 5,400-square-foot, four-bedroom penthouse with 360-degree views of the city from the 88th floor of the Trump World Tower. Other details, per the New York Post's detailed look, include a 77-foot-long wall of windows facing south to the Empire State Building, 16-foot-high walls clad in ultrasuede, a massive slate fireplace, and, of course, a wood floor inlay boasting his signature No. 2. While his broker tells the Post that Mr. November is hoping to downsize to a pied-a-terre, it's not like Jeter's ready to abandon the good life: his gargantuan 30,000-square-foot Tampa, Fla., permanent residence—"baseball eclectic" architecture and all—has recently been completed and is ready for move-in. Below, find additional interior shots; there are more views still in the relatively recent HBO documentary Derek Jeter 3K.