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Architect Cary Tamarkin's custom-designed Greenwich Village loft, which he has just sold (54 East 11th Street, #7 - Sotheby's International Realty) Architect Cary Tamarkin's custom-designed Greenwich Village loft, which he has just sold (54 East 11th Street, #7 - Sotheby's International Realty)
In New York, many neighborhoods enjoy associations with the people who have long populated them over the years - e.g., the Village is still rich in lore about artists and writers populating the neighborhood, despite the fact that such creatives have long since been priced out; and the Upper East Side is regarded as one of the city's hotbeds for business executives and heiresses. Some of last week's notable sales did nothing to challenge these assumption, while one of them nods to the new Manhattan real estate landscape — a successful CEO bought an loft penthouse in Tribeca as opposed to a home in an exclusive cooperative.

Sasha O'Leary — Bought for $8,900,000

415-Greenwich-Street-01 TriBeCa Summit, #PHA (Douglas Elliman)
Tribeca lofts
NYC condos
A profile of Good Lines founder Sasha O'Leary mentions that before she founded her highly successful fashion company, she worked in real estate. It would seem that she is still highly savvy in this area - public records indicate that she and her family recently purchased a Tribeca penthouse in something of a steal - it was originally listed for $13.5 million in May 2022.

From the Listing:
With 4,000 square feet of interior living space plus 2,930 square feet of sun-splashed terrace, this glorious 5-bedroom, 4.5-bathroom penthouse offers you a sprawling one-of-a-kind home in an unbeatable location. Enter through the gracious, window-lined foyer and arrive in the spacious great room, complete with 13’ ceilings, a working fireplace, dramatic floor-to-ceiling windows, and contemporary sliding glass doors that lead to an enormous wrap-around terrace. The large, separated, eat-in chef’s kitchen, is outfitted with top-of-the-line appliances, including wine storage, and features floor-to-ceiling windows, a built-in banquet, and additional access to the terrace. A huge, 25’ x 17’ dining room or secondary living room/TV room with an additional working fireplace and built-in storage is just beyond.
5 Available Listings for Sale from $4,495,000
1 Available Listing for Rent for $22,000/month

Ryan Nourai — Bought for $5,295,000

65-West-13th-Street-01 The Greenwich, #9B (Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices)
Greenwich Village lofts
NYC condos
Acclaimed author Ryan Nourai is best known for his writing about Jackson Hole and the American Southwest. However, he is currently studying for a Master of Fine Arts at Columbia University, and his recent purchase of a Greenwich Village loft indicates that he and his family may be putting down roots in the city.

From the Listing:
Welcome to this bright and bold condominium loft home with over 2,800 square feet of striking, sunlit rooms and soaring ceilings! Originally 3 bedrooms, the second and third bedrooms have been combined to create a sizable guest or child’s room but can easily be restored to their original configuration.

Upon entering this one-of-a-kind home, you’re greeted by two impressive 25-foot galleries leading to separate wings of the apartment. The 21.5′ × 37.5′ great room is the breathtaking star of this home. Comprised of a living, dining and music room in one, the great room enjoys plentiful light and open skyline views to the north and west through remarkable curved and arched windows found only near the top of this building.

Floor-to-ceiling solid ash wood panel doors line the walls of the entrance galleries, extend into the great room and conceal pleasant surprises. These panels can be treated in the color and finish of your choice and open to access closets and storage nooks, a powder room, a laundry room, a wet bar and a kitchen and pantry fit with the best appliances.
1 Available Listing for Rent for $17,950/month

Cary Tamarkin — Sold for $4,730,000

54-East-11th-Street-01 54 East 11th Street, #7 (Sotheby's International Realty)
Greenwich Village lofts
NYC condos
Architect Cary Tamarkin's New York City portfolio includes 10 Sullivan Street in Soho, 456 West 19th Street in West Chelsea, and the residential conversion of the school at 555 West End Avenue. Until recently, he had made his own New York home in a classic Village loft that he custom-renovated. Public records indicate that he has sold it to Autofair Companies chairman Walter Wick and his wife, Lisa Hedley Wick.

From the Listing:
This spacious ~2,100-square-foot corner three-bedroom, two full bath (one en suite and a third can be added) loft occupies the full 7th floor of 54 East 11th Street, a classic industrial building constructed in 1902. The moment you enter the space from your key-locked elevator, you are enveloped by the abundance of natural light streaming in through classic industrial steel windows.

The gut renovation by acclaimed architect, Cary Tamarkin, takes its design cues from the original spirit of the building. Twelve-foot ceilings and hardwood floors are complemented by custom designed built-in millwork throughout. The loft includes all new appliances and fixtures, full laundry room, office nook, and plenty of storage spaces, including two huge walk-in-closets in the primary bedroom. Décor is chic, yet comfortable and unpretentious.

Corey Werbelow — Bought for $1,550,000

165-East-72nd-Street-01 165 East 72nd Street, #19A (Coldwell Banker Warburg)
Lenox Hill co-ops
Upper East Side co-ops
A few short years after the bundle package for Hulu, Disney+, and ESPN came on the market, it has been announced that a new, single-app experience for Disney+ and Hulu will launch at the end of the year. Both packages have been keeping Disney Streaming Services Business Development Director Corey Werbelow busy; however, he and his wife, JP Morgan associate Blair Roth, found time to purchase and close on a new Upper East Side apartment.

From the Listing:
This perfectly proportioned 2-bedroom, 2-bathroom is what you have been searching for! Prime location, natural light, city views, and abundant closet space. Upon entering this high floor home you are captivated by a west-facing wall of windows with breathtaking views that line the open living and dining space. The thoughtful and sophisticated layout with a custom built-ins and open kitchen is ideal for entertaining and everyday living. The renovated open kitchen, which comfortably seats 3-4 bar stools at the breakfast counter, features granite countertops and top-of-the-line appliances including a Sub-Zero refrigerator, Wolf Range, and Miele dishwasher.

The corner north and west facing primary bedroom suite comfortably fits king-size furniture and has two large closets. The stylish and renovated en-suite bathroom has a luxurious rain shower, plenty of storage, and a window. The generously sized second bedroom is flooded with light from the south and west and has an adjacent updated windowed bathroom with a soaking tub.
6 Available Listings for Sale from $475,000

Patricia Hearst Shaw — Sold for $1,500,000

35-East-76th-Street-01 The Carlyle (CityRealty)
Upper East Side co-ops The Carlyle, #50204 (Douglas Elliman)
In the years following her kidnapping and imprisonment in the 1970s, Patricia Hearst Shaw has focused on her writing and acting careers, raising her family, and showing her prize dogs. Public records indicate that she has sold her apartment at The Carlyle and made a small profit on it - when she bought the apartment in 2016, the Observer noted that she paid $1.36 million for it.
4 Available Listings for Sale from $1,395,000

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