Daphne Oz, co-host of “The Chew” and daughter of TV doctor Dr. Oz, and her husband, John Jovanovic, have just bid farewell to their three-bedroom co-op at 140 East 40th Street. City records show the spread has sold for $2.25 million.
Oz and Jovanovic listed the pad — a combination unit of three units — in October 2016 for a little under $2.5 million with Douglas Elliman’s Larry Brookner. They purchased the place in December 2014 for $1.6 million.
The apartment comes with three bathrooms, a “dramatic” 50-foot terrace, an office with its own “climate station,” an “exquisitely designed” living and dining space, a chef’s kitchen, restored period steel casement windows and French doors, and “just about everything one could wish for in a New York residence,” reads the listing.
The Art Deco co-op building was designed in 1930 and comes with personal and bicycle storage, and a fully furnished, landscaped roof deck with views of the Empire State Building.