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450 Washington Street, #610 (The Corcoran Group) 450 Washington Street, #610 (The Corcoran Group)
For a long time, the Upper East Side and Upper West Side were considered to be the home of Manhattan society. These neighborhoods continue to command high prices and attract bold-faced names. However, in the last week of June 2023, a number of executives and artists' downtown apartments were among the city's most notable transactions.

John and Wilda Silvetz — Sold for $10,625,000

21-East-26th-Street-01 The Whitman, #3 (The Corcoran Group)
NoMad loft with beamed ceilings
Living/dining room and open kitchen
Bedroom with beamed ceilings and floor-to-ceiling windows
When the NoMad condo of hedge fund executive John Silvetz and his wife, model Wilda Deon Silvetz, entered contract with an asking price of $11,995,000 in March 2023, it tied with another listing for the fourth-highest contract of the week. But for the week ending June 30, 2023, it closed in the sixth-highest sale of the week and the top downtown sale outside 150 Charles Street. While it ultimately closed for less than the asking price, the couple nevertheless makes a profit on it, having bought it for exactly $10 million in summer 2013.

From the Listing:
Accessed by a private elevator landing, this stunning home features wide plank rift oak floors, a Crestron smart home system, key-locked elevator access, a side-by-side washer/dryer with linen closet, and dramatic large windows with northern, southern, and western exposures.

The loft features high-end decor designed for both everyday living and grand entertaining. Upon entering the apartment through an elegant foyer and gallery, one encounters a dramatic long hallway spanning 100 feet, to then arrive to an open concept living room, dining room, and kitchen.

The living room is adorned with three large windows with tree lined views of the famed park and is sun-drenched with natural light. The kitchen is outfitted with exquisite finishes, a large eat-island, custom Arclinea cabinets, modern countertops, and the best of the best Miele and Sub-Zero appliances throughout. Adjacent to the kitchen is a warm media room that with a private office and an attached full bathroom. On the opposite side of the apartment is a gracious, grand primary suite.

Robyn Sorid — Bought for $9,795,000

450-Washington-Street-01 450 Washington Street (Binyan Studio)
Great Room with oversized windows and river views 450 Washington Street, #610 (The Corcoran Group)
Open kitchen and dining area
Bedroom with oversized window
Earlier this summer, closings commenced at 450 Washington Street, which was constructed as a rental but was converted to sales units. The highest-priced closing to date was a four-bedroom home along the building's northwest corner. Public records list the buyer as Robyn Sorid, co-founder of real estate investment firm G4 Capital Partners, and her husband, finance executive Josh Ufberg.

From the Listing:
The meticulously-detailed interiors include myriad modern details including 7-inch-wide plank white oak flooring and massive bronze-finished windows with Caesarstone window ledges. Open-concept kitchens feature Miele appliances, natural warm-toned quartzite countertops, crisp matte white lacquer cabinetry, architectural cove lighting and Dornbracht faucet fixtures. Bathrooms are clad in handsome honey-toned European White Oak cabinetry, Calacatta Lincoln marble countertops with undermounted sinks, and showers with Dornbracht fixtures.
21 Available Listings for Sale from $939,000
2 Available Listings for Rent from $6,950/month

Alan Wilzig — Sold for $8,900,000

7-Hubert-Street-01 The Hubert (CityRealty)
Step-down living room and open eat-in kitchen The Hubert, #TH3H (Modlin Group)
Outdoor terrace with green wall
Garage parking
Entrepreneur/philanthropist Alan Wilzig is almost as famous for the racetrack in the backyard of his upstate mansion as for his business and charity endeavors. Appropriately enough, his recently sold Tribeca pied-a-terre came with a private garage. It has been on and off the market for years and ultimately closed for below the asking price, but public records show that he has made quite a profit on it, having purchased it for $1.49 million in 2010.

From the Listing:
Elegant and urbane, Townhouse 3H at 7 Hubert Street represents the ultimate luxury in Manhattan real estate: the privacy and space of a house, supported by the services and amenities associated with a white-glove condominium. This 38’ wide, three level, 3 / 4-bedroom, 6-bathroom home in the heart of Tribeca spreads over 6,500 square feet, and offers two beautifully landscaped outdoor spaces spanning 3,000 square feet and a large, private garage. With 9,500 square feet of indoor and outdoor space, this is among the largest condominiums in Tribeca.

Entering the home from one of two private, secure entrances, you are met with a light-filled great room with floor-to-ceiling French doors that perfectly frame the home’s 800-square-foot private patio, outfitted with a grill. The living room steps up to a sleek, open kitchen outfitted with top-of-the-line stainless steel appliances and beautiful Wenge cabinetry. There is also a Ceasarstone breakfast counter, and ample space for a casual dining setup. The street-level, windowed garage opens into the kitchen, has room for a large SUV and ample shelving and storage, and could equally be partitioned in order to create another bedroom. A contemporary, marble powder room completes the first floor. Up the skylit staircase, on the second floor sit three bedrooms.

Peter Done — Bought for $7,450,000

21-East-61st-Street-01 Carlton House (CityRealty)
Living room and open kitchen Carlton House, #11A (Douglas Elliman)
Gallery with bedroom at the end
Private terrace with greenery
British business executive Peter Done got his start with a bookmaking business he founded with his brother, but later pivoted to business services with The Peninsula Group. His primary residence is in the United Kingdom, and public records indicate that he has purchased a Manhattan residence.

From the Listing:
Residence 11A is a designer-renovated home by Frampton & Company, with all rooms having a partial park view, facing south and west. With exquisite quality, craftsmanship and ideal layout, the expansive entrance gallery gracefully transitions into a vast living and dining room with an open kitchen and all three bedrooms occupying a private wing; separate from the living and entertaining areas. This beautiful corner private sanctuary primary bedroom offers a lovely terrace overlooking Central Park; ideal for morning tea or relaxing with picturesque sunsets. Facing south and west, the oversized suite includes three custom designed closets (two walk-ins), the convenience of a private dressing area and electronic shades including blackout shades. The five-fixture windowed corner double exposure primary bath is smartly designed in a calming color palate with a custom double vanity in Ebonized Ribbon Mahogany with rare and exquisite marble; polished Bianco P marble countertops, polished Cloudy Mist marble exterior, private glass enclosed shower, separate deep soaking tub, and polished bright black nickel fixtures by Waterworks. Enjoy the view of the lovely terrace from this exquisite bathroom as well.
5 Available Listings for Sale from $2,795,000
3 Available Listings for Rent from $14,500/month

Shahla Karimi — Bought for $6,600,000

393-West-Broadway-01 393 West Broadway (CityRealty)
Soho loft with column 393 West Broadway, #2WM (Serhant LLC)
Soho loft with oversized windows, columns, and separate dining area
Open kitchen with center island/breakfast bar
Who says all the artists have moved out of Soho? Public records identify jewelry designer Shahla Karimi, whose designs have appeared in top fashion magazines and been worn by the likes of Reese Witherspoon, Gigi Hadid, Elisabeth Moss, and Kasey Musgraves, as the new owner of an authentic loft apartment on a cobblestone street.

From the Listing:
Featured and published in Vogue Living Magazine and recently designed by Graham Moss in collaboration with the owners, 81 Wooster Apt #2WM is a show stopping, dramatic, and stunning masterpiece that will WOW even the most discerning buyer. This is a unique and rare opportunity to own an artfully custom designed loft on a grand scale that is both an enviable entertaining space and is also a quiet retreat with unique privacy and serenity. There has never been and will never be another home like it.

Enter this spectacular loft through the foyer that leads to the first of two living rooms: a majestic dark green front room which is reminiscent of a European hotel lobby or fashionable exclusive lounge. The high ceilings also create a unique opportunity for a home gallery display of art. The front room leads to the unparalleled light and airy enormous Great Room, also with soaring 14 feet ceilings, ideal for entertaining and luxurious for everyday living. This area of the home includes an expansive living area, an open kitchen and dining area framed by a wall of massive 12-foot windows on the right, and a huge counter/breakfast bar on the left. The spectacular windows provide a stream of constant northern light with skyline views, away from any street, creating privacy and quietude.

The Great Room is also a perfect blend of historic classic loft architecture and modern luxury. Its original elegant white cast-iron columns and white pressed tin ceilings are complemented by the modern design of Molteni’s artful built-in cabinetry and color-coded library bookshelves that add a modern eye-catching visual design element to the home.

Whoopi Goldberg — Sold for $6,152,500

101-Wooster-Street-01 101 Wooster Street (CityRealty)
In 2010, EGOT winner and The View co-host Whoopi Goldberg sold her Soho apartment to media executive Ben Lerer for $3.07 million. The apartment has changed hands multiple times since then, most recently being sold to finance executive Enrique Baena.
1 Available Listing for Sale for $7,500,000

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