Martin Scorsese Asking $6.7 M.

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Scorsese at home.

Director Martin Scorsese is asking $6.7 million for his East 62nd Street townhouse, according to the New York Post. Mr. Scorsese has owned the five-story home for close to 20 years, before listing it with Edward Lee Cave. (Not sure if the vintage Renior poster is included in the asking price).

Also, Robert De Niro–who’s starred in plenty of Mr. Scorsese’s films–might still be looking for an uptown place, too. His wife, Grace Hightower, was reportedly checking out the $49 million triplex apartment at 823 Park Ave.

And Philip Seymour Hoffman was seen cruising down Gay Street–checking out a townhouse.

Michael Calderone

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