Notable NYC Neighbors: How much is Edie Falco asking for her TriBeCa duplex?
JUNE 21, 2012
Edie Falco leaves the UWS; A downtown artist sells her loft; dignified tops trendy for a "Girls" girl.
Provocative artist Marina Abramovic’s spacious SoHo co-op loft sold recently for $3.2 million–just under the $3.49 million ask–to an entertainment executive. The loft, which occupies the whole fourth floor at 70 Grand Street, was Ms. Abramovic’s home for more than a decade. She is currently spending some time at her new performance institute in Hudson, NY, and reportedly staying at a private residence on King Street (NYObserver).
“Girls” Girl Lena Dunham–the writer and actor created and plays Hannah Horvath on the show–took a big-girl step this spring and bought a one-bedroom apartment at the 145 Hicks Street co-op Mansion House in her childhood neighborhood of Brooklyn Heights. Rather than opt for a high profile Heights high-rise like One Brooklyn Bridge Park, the 26-year-old’s new home is in a pre-war, doorman residence on a tree-lined Heights street (RealEstalker).
Actress Edie Falco has put her TriBeCa duplex at 363 Greenwich Street on the market and hopes to sell it for $5.5 million. The Sopranos and Nurse Jackie star purchased the 3,000-square-foot 4-bedroom condo with two terraces for $3.8 million in 2004 (CurbedNY).
Elisabeth Hasselbeck (co-host of “The View”) and former NFL quarterback hubby Tim are bound for Greenwich, CT, leaving behind the Upper West Side and their four-bedroom home at Ariel West at 245 West 99th Street. The apartment, which recently went into contract, was listed at $3.3 million (NYPost).