There’s a reason this Greenwich Village townhouse looks like an Anthropologie catalog


Is it at all a surprise that the former head of the home/design department at Anthropologie has, well, an amazing home? According to Curbed, Keith Johnson, a former buyer-at-large for Anthropologie and his husband, Glen Senk, the former CEO of Urban Outfitters are the owners of this incredibly funky townhouse at 58 West 9th Street in Greenwich Village that just hit the market for $17 million.


Senk and Johnson bought the home in 2012 for $8.3 million and proceeded to gut-renovate it (see old photos here), converting it back into a single family home and adding a chef’s kitchen with a wood-burning fireplace and a dining room with murals done by students from the New York Studio School. According to the listing, the home has four bedrooms and four and a half bathrooms.


The home was featured in Harper’s Bazaar in 2014, when Senk called it “Kind of the gay couple’s ultimate fantasy town house,” going on to say, “we’re planning on being here for quite some time.” [Curbed]