Uma Thurman has sold her Gramercy Park duplex with amazing bathrooms and a key to the park


Less than two months after listing her Gramercy Park duplex apartment at 1 Lexington Avenue, Uma Thurman has found a buyer, according to the Observer. Robby Browne and Chris Kann of the Corcoran Group and Mipam Thurman (Uma Thurman’s brother) of Compass have the listing. The sale hasn’t closed yet, but the last listing price for the apartment was $6.25 million.


As we noted back in April, the real standouts of this apartment are its bathrooms — the master bath was modeled after a Turkish bath with an arched tile ceiling and heated floors. The home also has a 3-by-14-foot terrace with views of the park; 10 foot ceilings throughout; and — perhaps best of all — it comes with a coveted key to the park, where Thurman told the Times back in April she liked to play tag with her kids.

This apartment is really three apartments that Thurman combined (8/9CD). Thurman hasn’t lived in the Gramercy pad since she bought herself a $10 million apartment at the famous co-op River House in 2013.