Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick made one final bid at their longtime West Village home.
Celebrity couples and real estate aficionados, who are in the process of building a double-wide mansion in the same neighborhood, began the year with a recorded finale at their 57 Charles Street townhouse. He sold it without publicly listing it for $ 15 million, one of the most expensive transactions in New York City in January.
Last month’s priceless finale was another private sale on Charles Street. Billionaire investor Barry S. Sternlich sold his combinium at 150 Charles for $ 41 million. Runner-up, $ 36.8 million: 12th-floor apartment at 70 Westy Street in Tribeca.
Townhouses, however, remain the property of choice for many high-end buyers in search of more personal space in the city, especially during the epidemic. Many more houses remained closed throughout the month. Among them were two neighboring buildings on West Forth Street in the West Village, one of which belonged to real estate developer Ara.
In other notable sales, Michael Nyenberg, who runs a real estate investment trust, and his wife, Elin Nyenberg, took a discount at Greenwich Village, closing at a huge penthouse for less than half its initial asking price. He made the purchase in 2015, a month after selling the village townhouse he had bought from Miss Parker and Mr. Broderick.
In addition, former Vice President and New York Governor Nelson A. Rockefeller’s sale of the Upper East Side for a long time. And Clive Davis, music industry impresario, bought the Tribeca apartment.
Ms. Parker and Mr. Broderick In 2000 it paid just under $ 3 million for its townhouse on Charles Street. They then spent the next few years on top-to-bottom renovations to accommodate their growing family.
An anonymous buyer acquired it using a limited liability company 57 Charles Street for $ 15 million.
The red brick building features a classic front stoop, which is four stories high and has 4,182 square feet of interior space. It was built around the turn of the last century between West Forth and Bellecker Streets – until Carrie Bradshaw from Perry Street Townhouse, used as a residence for Ms. Parker’s character in the “Sex and the City” TV series had not been.
A Broadway actor, Ms. Parker and Mr. Broderick have long been active in the New York real estate market. He also owned a townhouse at 20 East 10th Street in Greenwich Village, which he sold to Nierenberg in 2015 for $ 18.2 million. A year later, using a trust, he took the West Village – Nos. Paid $ 34.5 million for two brick buildings at West 11 Street at 273 and 275 – now combining.
Mr. Sternlich’s Apartment, A penthouse duplex, at 150 Charles Street, would have created a glamorous backdrop for shows such as “Sex and the City” with its impressive views of the Hudson River, the Statue of Liberty and the cityscape.
This 5,700-square-foot apartment is located on the ninth and 10th floors of a 15-story brick and glass condo. It has five bedrooms, five full baths and a half bath, as well as a high ceiling great room and a library. Also, there are two terraced terrains over 2,700 sq ft.
The $ 41 million sale included a separate studio on the second floor. The buyer’s identity was shielded by the limited liability company 9C.
Mr. Sturlicht, who runs the Starwood Capital Group, which invests in hotels and other commercial property, purchased both units for $ 34.4 million in 2016, using the limited liability company BSS Charles St., formed under his initial name. Recently had for sale. Profit over $ 6 million.
Apartments in 70 Westry Street – The other top sale, for about $ 37 million, features Hudson and Cityscape sightings with 1,892-square-foot ceilings and virtually every room inside.
The unit at 12 North spans 4,646 square feet and has four bedrooms and five and a half baths, as well as a library that can be converted into a second bedroom. A 31-foot room, anchored by a fireplace, adjoins a formal dining room, and custom oak paneling in the dining kitchen with a window connects to a family room.
The primary bedroom suite has two walk-in cupboards and a spallic bathroom.
The apartment was purchased through a fiduciary trust and sold by limited liability company NYBB Vestry.
Hovnanian Completely renovated, it received $ 15.9 million for an Italian-style townhome at 292 West Forth Street, a tree-lined block between the bank and 11th streets in the Greenwich Village Historic District. He bought the house in 2012 for $ 7 million.
The red brick building, built in 1860, is five stories high and 20 feet wide with four bedrooms and four wood-burning fireplaces. The primary bedroom suite comprises the third floor and has a large bath and a large dressing room. There is a gym and laundry room in the room’s basement.
The house also has an outdoor space, with a deserted garden at the rear, a terrace from the library and two large roof ceilings from a glass solarium.
Mr. Hovnanian knows of one or two constructions. He The chief executive of Hovnanian Enterprises, a homegrown company started by his father and uncle, and based in Matvan, NJ Property’s record is owned by buyer A.R. The ventures list as Real Estate II LLC.
The adjacent house, number 294, was sold to Douglas and Barbara Herrington for $ 7.5 million. Although built around the same time and the same size, listing the photos indicated that it could use the same TLC that its neighbors needed at one time.
Kidney mountain Paid $ 14 million for the triple triple at a boutique condominium at 66 East 11th Street. The apartment had been off the market since 2014 and was listed as $ 30.5 million. Reality TV star Kim Kardashian West was reportedly among the buyers who visited the unit.
The penthouse spans 7,693 square feet and consists of four bedrooms, four full bathrooms and three powder rooms with two living areas. The main bedroom suite has a very large walk-in closet and a separate office.
The unit has a solarium on top of a 2,300-square-foot terrain and carved areas for dining and lounges. A spiral staircase and an elevator connect all the spaces.
Mr. Nyenberg is the chief executive of New Residential Investment Corporation, a REIT focused on mortgage property.
Rockefeller Apartment, Which locates the 15th floor of 812 Fifth Avenue near 62nd Street, was sold for $ 9.95 million at an asking price of $ 11.5 million. The buyer was Ralph Nakash, founder of Jordec Enterprises, a privately held group known for its designer jeans.
The co-op unit, which had been on the market for 43 days, expanded to approximately 3,990 square feet and was sold as a “white box” with an interior ready for refinancing and re-construction. There is also a 290-square-foot terrace in front of Central Park.
The house was in the Rockefeller family from 1963; It was recently Nelson A. Rockefeller was related to Jr., one of Mr. Rockefeller’s sons.
Mr. Rockefeller Sr. bought the apartment new while acting as governor. He The neighbor, along with his first wife Mary, occupied three floors at the top of 810 Fifth Avenue. And after their divorce, she kept the top two floors and she remained on the lower floor, eventually building her apartment at number 812. (The co-op unit at No. 810 has long been sold.)
Mr. Davis paid The approximately $ 4.6 million, ornate, white-marble structure formerly known as the Clock Tower Building for the sponsor apartments at 108 Leonard Street.
The 16-story building, which faces Broadway and occupies the entire city block, was built in 1898 and once served as the headquarters of the New York Life Insurance Company. New York City acquired the building in the late 1920s and used it for house courts and government agencies.
The developers, Allad Group and Peebles Corporation purchased the building in 2013 and converted it into a condominium.
Mr. Davis’ new residence – one of 167 units in the building – covers 2,448 square feet and has three bedrooms and three and a half bathrooms, as well as a terrace.
Mr. Davis, who has a long, career in the music industry, has won five Grammy Awards and is a member of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as a non-performer.
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