Emmy-winning writer and producer David Chase has listed his two adjacent – but not combined – apartments at West Chelsea’s London Terrace for $16.5 million. The larger of the two units is the penthouse, which was once the home of the late author and activist Susan Sontag. It totals roughly 2,700 square feet, and was purchased by Chase, the creator of “The Sopranos,” in early 2013 for $9.65 million.
“I’m trying to succeed in real estate without being a douchebag,” a young broker once told Brandon Stanton, the man behind the empathy empire Humans of New York. That conversation may have been the beginning of yet another uplifting New York story, that ended – as so many do — in a luxury apartment. Stanton and his wife Erin O’Sullivan recently purchased a garden-level duplex in Chelsea for $2.4 million, according to public records.
Actress Tamara Tunie, best known for her role as medical examiner Dr. Melinda Warner in “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit”, has just listed her 4,200-square-foot Hamilton Heights townhouse for $3.75 million.
Madeleine Lloyd Webber, the former equestrian and wife of English composer Andrew Lloyd Webber has nabbed herself a $7.6 million condominium at Trump International in what appears to be an off market deal.
It’s not every day that celebrities and affordable housing developers cross paths, but then again, anything can happen during fashion week. Kylie and Kendall Jenner have moved into the Tribeca penthouse of L+M Development’s Ron Moelis, a source tells The Real Deal.
Drake’s “YOLO Estate” has grown. According to Trulia, the hip-hop star very quietly dropped $2.85 million on the property next door to his existing Hidden Hills, California compound last summer. The news is only surfacing now.
Longtime co-host of “The View,” Joy Behar has bought herself a pretty and historic mansion in Sag Harbor for $4.75 million. Sadly, judging at the listing photographs, the house itself does not seem to have a view.
Gad Elmaleh, a comedian dubbed the “Jerry Seinfeld of France,” paid $7 million for an apartment, though it’s unclear whether the French version of Kramer lives across the hall.
Not only has award-winning actress Viola Davis recently bagged another Emmy nomination, but she’s gone and got herself a new house too. The “How to Get Away with Murder” star has reportedly spent $5.7 million on a five bedroom, eight bathroom, European-style mansion in Toluca Lake, California.