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In October 2022, a number of New York City apartments and townhouses linked to stars of stage, screen, business, and sports came on the market. In some cases, the luminary themself is deceased and their estate has listed the unit. In others, changes in work or circumstance necessitated the move. Stars - they're just like us (but with cooler real estate)!

Leslie Alexander — Listed for $48,750,000

18-Gramercy-Park-South-01 18 Gramercy Park South, #PH (Douglas Elliman)
Gramercy Park condos
NYC condos
Four years after it was last listed, attorney/businessman/former Houston Rockets owner Leslie Alexander’s Gramercy Park duplex penthouse has returned to the market. The 6,300-square-foot home has four private terraces, including one facing Gramercy Park, but residents of the building come with keys to New York’s only private park. A reason was not given for listing the apartment, but The Real Deal notes that he has also listed two North Fork properties as well.

From the Listing:
This glorious 4-bedroom 6,329-square-foot duplex penthouse on Gramercy Park, with 1,889 square feet of private terraces, designed by world-renowned architect Robert A.M. Stern, is the pinnacle of style, sophistication and elegance. With 63 multi-paned windows and four sweeping exposures, this one-of-a-kind penthouse is masterfully outfitted with rift and quarter sawn white oak hardwood floors, soaring beamed ceilings, a gas fireplace, four large, sun-kissed terraces with dramatic city and park views, a private outdoor swimming pool, and an outdoor hot tub.
18 Gramercy Park South has 1 available listing for $48,750,000.

Ranan Lurie — Listed for $28,000,000

15-Central-Park-West-01 15 Central Park West, #36D (Compass); Ranan Lurie (Ranan Lurie, CC BY-SA 3.0,
Central Park West condos
Upper West Side condos
Artists of all stripes have long been inspired by the Upper West Side, and political cartoonist Ranan Lurie was one of them. The Guinness World Record-holder’s art was on display in the listing photos for his art studio in Deutsche Bank Center, and he also bought an apartment at 15 Central Park West from the sponsor. The art studio sold for $4.2 million shortly before his death in June 2022, and his estate has listed the apartment at 15 Central Park West. His artistic talent also applied to interior design - in a statement to Crain’s New York Business, his daughter and listing agent Danielle Lurie said, “While the original layout was sectioned off with walls, my father replaced all the walls in the east wing of the home with glass so that you essentially step into Central Park immediately upon entering.”

From the Listing:
To enhance the wonder of its panoramic views, the owners created a design elevation by replacing the original interior walls of the great wing with panels of glass. Breathtaking views of the whole of Central Park framed by the glinting towers of Billionaire’s Row, the grand cultural institutions of 5th Avenue, and the far northern reaches of the Central Park Reservoir and Ramble now spread before the eye in splendor from the moment you walk in, making 36D an absolutely unique offering among the vaunted D line homes. Throughout the home, grandeur is balanced with intimacy. With 11’ ceilings and graceful proportions, a sense of composition pervades. Distinct perspectives from the gallery, study, great room, dining room, and kitchen - each with its own view of Central Park - are framed by crown moldings and colonnades, giving old world shape to modern elegance.
15 Central Park West has 14 available listings from $6,395,000.

Ben Stiller — Entered contract with $14,500,000 ask

150-Charles-Street-01 150 Charles Street, #11BW (Douglas Elliman); Ben Stiller (By Jiyang Chen - This file was derived from: Benstillernyc2.jpg:, CC BY-SA 3.0,
West Village condos
Village condos
Less than a year after selling his childhood home on Riverside Drive, actor-turned-producer Ben Stiller has found a buyer for his own New York condo, this one in the West Village. Few details are available; however, Mr. Stiller stands to take a loss on it – The Wall Street Journal reported that he paid $15.3 million for it in 2016.

From the Listing:
Rarely - no, almost never - available for sale in celebrated 150 Charles Street, this is a high-floor 3,395-square-foot four-bedroom, four-and-a-half-bathroom condominium with outstanding views from every room. A private elevator entry leads to a magnificent great room, which has sweeping, unobstructed views of the Hudson River. Custom-designed by Molteni for Alan Wanzenberg, the large chef’s kitchen and breakfast room are outfitted with Alabama white marble and top-of-the-line appliances, including a 78-bottle Sub-Zero wine refrigerator and Miele coffee station. The well-proportioned primary bedroom suite and adjoining private study have glorious river and New York Harbor views.
150 Charles Street has 3 available listings from $6,995,000.

Trevor Noah — Listed for $12,950,000

425-West-50th-Street-01 Stella Tower, #PHA (Compass) and Trevor Noah ("Peabody Awards" on YouTube -, CC BY-SA 4.0,
Hell's Kitchen condos
Midtown West towers
A few weeks after announcing his plans to step down as host of The Daily Show, Trevor Noah has put his Hell’s Kitchen home on the market. The Wall Street Journal announced the listing and noted that it is a short walk from The Daily Show’s studio. In the five years since he has lived there, Mr. Noah has gutted and renovated the space into an ultra-private home with well-thought living space, bedrooms on a separate floor, a state-of-the-art home theater, and private terrace with plunge pool and custom teak pergola.

From the Listing:
Impeccably designed with sprawling city views, Penthouse A at Stella Tower offers a rare opportunity to own a private oasis within the heart of New York City. The product of a multi-year renovation, this stunning residence boasts grandly proportioned living spaces, soaring ceilings and a 1,000 square foot terrace with two unobstructed exposures and plunge pool. On the 17th and 18th floor, with no adjacent buildings of that height, this three bedroom, three-and-a-half bathroom duplex residence offers a seclusion and grandeur rarely found in Manhattan real estate, and is undoubtedly the premier residence in the building.
Stella Tower has 5 available listings from $1,750,000.

Louis C.K. — Listed for $7,500,000

35-Charlton-Street-01 35 Charlton Street, #TH (Compass)
NYC townhouses
NYC townhouses
35 Charlton Street
At the beginning of October 2022, public records revealed that disgraced yet Emmy Award-winning comedian Louis C.K. bought an apartment at the prestigious One Fifth Avenue. He also listed his other downtown holdings, which include a townhouse in Soho. The New York Post notes that he purchased the townhouse for $6.5 million in 2012.

From the Listing:
35 Charlton is a rare opportunity to own a piece of history in prime Soho. Built in 1829, this beautiful townhouse is part of the longest row of Federal and early Greek Revival buildings developed by John Jacob Astor. There are endless value-add opportunities either as an expansive single family home with a separate rental apartment below or one completely private residence. This three-story residence features 13 rooms, 3.5 baths, a second story terrace, a private yard and picturesque neighborhood views. This is a truly remarkable find!

Adam Levine and Behati Prinsloo — Listed for $6,295,000

112-Greene-Street-01 112 Greene Street, #3 (Compass) and Adam Levine (Daniel Mayer - Own work, CC BY-SA 3.0,
Soho co-ops
Soho lofts
Maroon 5 frontman Adam Levine currently lives in California with his family, but he and his wife, model Behati Prinsloo (not pictured), lived in a Soho loft before having their children. They sold the apartment for $5.4 million in 2016, and it has changed hands since then. Most recently, and around the time Mr. Levine’s cheating allegations hit the gossip pages, the apartment was listed again (h/t New York Post).

From the Listing:
A quintessential two-bedroom, two-bathroom loft in the heart of the Soho’s historic Cast Iron District with low monthlies on Greene Street. This incredible historic loft in Soho, transformed by designer Augusta Hoffman, was featured in Architectural Digest for its beautiful, cohesive melange of original charm and contemporary modern luxury. Within the massive open floor plan and high ceilings, each space feels distinct while perfectly working together visually. The expansive residence exudes charm and elegance, with soaring tin ceilings, beautiful hardwood floors, chic lighting, painted brick walls, exposed wood beams, and original cast iron columns. Huge windows facing east and west invite in an abundance of natural light.
112 Greene Street has 1 available listing for $6,295,000.

Mark Lee — Listed for $5,750,000

105-East-16th-Street-01 105 East 16th Street, #PH (Compass)
Gramercy co-ops
NYC penthouses
Broadway producer Mark Lee’s resume includes executive roles at Giorgio Armani, Gucci, and Barneys New York. He brought his sense of style and eye for presentation to his penthouse apartment and free-standing wood-frame cottage, which New York Magazine describes as “a little compound in the sky.” A reason was not given for his listing the penthouse, but 6sqft identified it as his “East Coast home” – he also has a house in Beverly Hills on land once owned by singer Dinah Shore.

From the Listing:
Perched atop a Gramercy prewar loft building, is a penthouse beyond bespoke. Published in New York Magazine, this truly unique private penthouse has two distinct structures. A beautifully curated main living space with bedroom and full bath plus a rare freestanding rooftop cottage surrounded by multiple levels of lush gardens and terraces. The epitome of relaxed elegance and sophistication, the main living space has bright corner exposures from 14 casement windows, beamed ceilings and antique barnwood wide-plank oak floors. A wood burning fireplace is centered between custom window seats with extensive built-in bookshelves in the dining and living areas and a cleverly concealed TV cabinet.
105 East 16th Street has 1 available listing for $5,750,000.

Andy Warhol — Listed for $5,690,000

342-Bowery-01 342 Bowery, #TH (Compass) and Andy Warhol (The Library of Congress -, No restrictions,
On December 8, a Bowery building once owned by Andy Warhol is set to be auctioned with a minimum bid of $5.69 million – while figures are not available, that is likely many times higher than what the artist paid for it upon acquiring it in 1970. The New York Post notes that it currently houses a sushi restaurant and three floor-through lofts. High-end residences would not be unthinkable – 67 Vestry Street, the Tribeca building where Mr. Warhol once had a studio, has been transformed into an exclusive, expensive condominium.

From the Listing:
Opportunity abounds in this mixed use building on the Bowery on an amazing block full of New York City history. This property has four legal loft apartments and one beautifully renovated restaurant on the ground floor. Each apartment is fully self-sufficient as individual units; tenants manage their own utilities with separate meters. All residential floors are loft apartments with open floor plans. East/west windows. W/D in units. Garden area in back. This building is on a landmarked block. The building was formerly owned by Andy Warhol.

Chris Kreider — Listed for $3,800,000

101-Warren-Street-01 101 Warren Street, #3130 (Brown Harris Stevens) and Chris Kreider (Lisa Gansky from New York, NY, USA - IMG_4530, CC BY-SA 2.0,
Tribeca condos
NYC condos
New York Rangers powerhouse Chris Kreider has been a New York fixture since 2009, when he was first drafted, and a Tribeca resident since 2013. He bought his home in the building after first renting there, but now has listed it. When the news broke, he told the New York Post, “During COVID, we moved out of the city and got two German shepherds who are enjoying their country life.”

From the Listing:
Spectacular light complimented by water and open city views from this mint condition 31st floor 2-bedroom / 2.5-bath residence- with the unique advantage of extra high 11-foot-high ceilings of the 31st floor. This remarkable home features a grand living/dining room wrapped in glass with soaring ceilings, rich walnut flooring and pin-drop quiet vistas from endless floor-to-ceiling windows. Live in a New York movie! The sleek Bulthaup kitchen with center-island is open to the epically proportioned entertaining area and features gorgeous Balsatina stone counter-tops and state-of-the-art Miele and Sub-Zero appliances and seating for four at your island dining bay.
101 Warren Street has 5 available listings from $3,625,000.

Michael Greif — Listed for $2,900,000

292-Lafayette-Street-01 292 Lafayette Street, #6W (Sotheby's International Realty) and Michael Greif (Higfr - Own work, CC BY-SA 4.0,
Noho lofts
Noho co-ops
Shortly after Dear Evan Hansen closed on Broadway, the musical’s Tony Award-nominated director is facing another change: According to the New York Post, Michael Greif has listed his Soho loft. Listings images show a home rich in prewar details, and the address is in a neighborhood popular with artists and performers: Anthony Rapp, whom Mr. Greif directed in Rent, sold his loft up the street in only 12 days and over ask earlier this year.

From the Listing:
The perfect blend of the cool industrial aesthetic of Soho’s late 19th century combined with unique upgrades, this impeccable loft is breathtaking and features pre-war details such as solid wood columns, exposed brick, French doors and pristine hardwood floors throughout. This residence is a “one of a kind” space with a wide-open living/dining/ kitchen concept graced with multiple possible configurations to make it your own. The open chef’s kitchen is fit to entertain with ample storage and generous counter space. With two bedrooms plus two extra bonus rooms that offer additional interior sleep spaces or an office/den, this authentic and soulful home offers the best of loft living.
292 Lafayette Street has 1 available listing for $2,900,000.

Lena Horne — Listed for $2,195,000

23-East-74th-Street-01 The Volney, #5A (The Corcoran Group) and Lena Horne (Film screenshot - Till the Clouds Roll By film, Public Domain,
Upper East Side co-ops
NYC co-ops
On November 1, the Brooks Atkinson Theatre was officially renamed in honor of Lena Horne in a move that makes it the first Broadway theater named after a Black woman. However, the celebrated singer, actress, and activist made her home away from the lights of Broadway – when her Upper East Side apartment came on the market, her daughter, actress/writer Jenny Lumet, told The New York Times, “It was where she went to get away.” Ms. Horne owned five units on the same floor, using the others for storage, office space, and guests, but only her primary residence has yet to be sold.

From the Listing:
On this beautifully tree-lined street in the prime Park block location of East 74th Street between Madison and Fifth Avenues, legendary performer and activist Lena Horne called this apartment home. As it was when she referred to the space as her ’dream space’, this two-bed, two-bath, six-room home is currently configured as a massive one-bedroom, with absolutely incredible entertaining space. The warm welcome of the entry foyer is a gracious hello to this unique and distinguished home. The extra-wide living room boasts 5 south-facing windows onto the treelined East 74th Street and 30+ linear feet of unbelievable space. Original oak hardwood floors and beautiful beamed ceilings decorate this home in pre-war perfection.
The Volney has 3 available listings from $695,000.

Louis C.K. — Entered contract with $1,900,000 ask

101-West-12th-Street-01 The John Adams, #17K (The Corcoran Group)
Greenwich Village co-ops
NYC co-ops
As Louis C.K. offloads his New York real estate holdings (see above), these include an understated home in a post-war cooperative. It has recently entered contract, but The Real Deal notes that he is poised to take a loss on it, having purchased it for $2.45 million in 2016.

From the Listing:
You will feel right at home in this 2 bed and 2 bath apartment nestled in prime Greenwich Village, in the highly sought after John Adams building. When you open the front door a spacious foyer extends right into a window lined living room. The east facing windows offer incredible views of the city and allow for plenty of natural light. The living room also features stunning built-in bookcases and a guest bath. The primary bedroom suite that has a large closet, east facing windows and an ensuite bath.
The John Adams has 5 available listings from $525,000.

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