Late night host Seth Meyers and his family have finally moved into the Greenwich Village condo they purchased in 2016, shortly before selling their West Village home to real estate magnate Michael Fuchs for $4.35 million. The original asking price was $4.5 million. Meyer's former home once housed celebrities including actress Glen Close.
A penthouse that once belonged to Lady Gaga and a host of other major celebs was recently listed on the market for a mere $33,000 a month. The sprawling 2,000 square foot duplex offers residents the ultimate in both luxury and privacy. There are no neighbors on either side of the penthouse, and there are also four private terraces out of view of the public eye. This may explain why celebrities such as Liza Minnelli and Lance Armstrong have also called this 40 Central Park South apartment home.
Famed public radio host Ira Glass is selling his turnkey Chelsea one-bedroom condo, which he and his former wife, editor Anaheed Alani, owned for five years. Glass is best known for his radio show "This American Life," which has run on Chicago Public Radio for decades. The current asking price is $1.75 million.
Famed singer Luciano Pavarotti's former two-bedroom Central Park apartment in the famed Hampshire House has finally found a buyer, three years after first appearing on the market. While Pavarotti passed away in 2007, his widow did not list the home till 2014. At the time, the asking price was $13.7 million. According to The New York Times, the apartment finally sold last month for $9 million.
Guitar legend Keith Richards is searching for a buyer for his Greenwich Village penthouse. The Rolling Stones member first listed the property for sale back in 2016, with a listing price of $12.23 million. The listing disappeared off the market last month, but reappeared recently with a new $11.995 million price tag.
Legendary music mogul Clive Daivs is no stranger to pricey Park Avenue real estate, as he owns four apartments in the luxurious Ritz Tower. A few months ago, he placed one of those homes on the market for $7.8 million but has since reduced the price to $6.995 million.
436 West 20th Street, formerly home to actress Emma Stone, has just received a price chop and is currently on the market for $18.75 million. This 9,000 square foot Greek revival townhouse has been on the market since 2010 and was home to many celebrities, including Stone and Andrew Garfield, Courtney Love, Olivier Sarkozy, and Glenn Close. It was originally listed for $19.75 million but was reduced by $1 million this summer.
Actor Kelsey Grammer has sold his West Side luxury apartment. His condo is located at 100 Eleventh Avenue, a modern glass tower designed by Jean Nouvel. Grammer bought this luxury Manhattan home for $6.4 million in 2010, after dropping a deal at 15 Central Park West due to rental issues.
Designer Francisco Costa’s apartment is currently on the market at just under $4.7 million and is looking as sleek and glamorous as a world-famous designer’s apartment should look. 417 Park Avenue, a three bedroom, two and a half bath apartment, also comes with a private elevator, antique hardware, butler’s pantry and more. This elegant, sizable home has a minimalist feel, with white walls, solid parquet flooring, and a few choice furniture pieces spread throughout.
Though he's often most associated with New Jersey, musician Jon Bon Jovi has also been known to call parts of NYC home. In 2015, Bon Jovi purchased a $12.95 million three-bedroom home in the West Village at 150 Charles Street. Now, the rocker has listed the spacious home on the market for $17.25 million.
Former One Direction member turned solo artist Harry Styles seems to have acquired an apartment in Tribeca's popular 443 Greenwich st. The Real Deal reports that a trust linked to Syles purchased the $8.71 million 2,868 square feet apartment, which has 3 bedrooms and 3-and-a-half baths.
Demi Moore has sold her expansive San Remo triplex at 145-146 Central Park West, four years after first attempting to unload the $75 million home. Moore originally purchased the triplex in 1990 with then-husband Bruce Willis. At the time, the $75 million price tag included a two-bedroom maisonette located on the ground floor of the building. Moore initially wanted the apartment to be a whisper listing, but ultimately it officially appeared on the market in April of 2015.
ABC/Yahoo news anchor Katie Couric and her husband John Molner have just landed a full-floor residence at 151 East 78th Street for the proud price of nearly $12 million. The four-bedroom plus library (or 5th BR) apartment sits atop the Upper East Side just three blocks from Central Park. The property, built in 2014 and designed by star architect Peter Pennoyer, offers ultra seclusion with its limited 14 units among 16 floors.
Actress Gwyneth Paltrow and her "ex" Chris Martin - lead singer of the band "Coldplay" - have just listed their Tribeca home with an ask of $14.25 million. They bought for a mere $5.1M their love nest back in 2007, which has since undergone a total interior revamp by star designers Roman & Williams.
Though it’s been a while, 807 Park Avenue served as Sean P. Diddy Combs' “little” Manhattan mansion before he sold it to Aion Partners for $14 million in 2004. Diddy's initial purchase in 1999 for $12M never really suited him as he tossed it back on the market just a year later. Aion has since renovated the building in 2006, but the Landmarks Preservation Commission threw cold water on the more extensive hoped-for changes planned for the building.