$8M Chelsea Townhouse / Playwright Edward Albee's Tribeca $9M Pad / $43M Park Ave's Coops / Downtown Brooklyn...
|Chelsea townhouse with 8 working fireplaces wants $8M|
A red brick three-family townhouse along West 22nd Street, between Ninth and Tenth Avenues is asking $7.995 million. The 4,090-square-foot home spans five floors and offers a total of eight bedrooms, five bathrooms, and eight fireplaces throughout
|Playwright Edward Albee’s longtime Tribeca apartment seeks $9M|
The award-winning writer of plays like Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? and A Delicate Balance moved to a loft in a converted cheese factory on Harrison Street in 1977, and kept the apartment until his death in 2016. Now, that apartment is hitting the market for the first time
|Opulent Park Avenue co-ops seeking $43M can be recombined to former glory|
Two grand Upper East Side co-ops are being put on the market in tandem with the hope that a buyer will nab both and return them to their unified duplex glory. The co-ops at the posh Rosario Candela-designed 720 Park Avenue, built as a single massive duplex, were formerly occupied by Jesse Isidor Straus, the heir of R.H. Macy & Co
|Downtown Brooklyn tops StreetEasy’s list of 2019 neighborhoods to watch||The neighborhood’s access to transit and cushy amenity-laden buildings are winning North Brooklyn defectors over.|
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