Foodie power couple unload Chelsea starter home

Will Guidara and Christina Tosi, and their former apartment
Will Guidara and Christina Tosi, and their former apartment

Will Guidara, whose company owns and operates the NoMad hotel and Eleven Madison Park, just unloaded his sleek Chelsea bachelor pad. In July, Guidara and his wife, Momofuku Milk Bar owner Christina Tosi, picked up a a penthouse apartment at 139 West 19th Street from Elle magazine fashion editor Lori Goldstein. And it looks like they’ve finally unloaded their former digs.

The couple sold their home, which naturally boasts a high-end kitchen, at 114 West 127th Street for $2.56 million, according to public records.

The two-bedroom apartment takes up 1,700 square feet on the eighth floor of the pre-war co-op building. it was listed for $2.75 million by Jason Karadus of Brown Harris Stevens.

The buyers are neurosurgeon Jeffrey Bruce and author Ingrid Steffensen.

Their new Chelsea apartment features two bedrooms, two bathrooms, two walls of extra large windows, exposed brick and best of all, a 1,400-square-foot landscaped terrace.