Over The Weekend…

Developer Scott Resnick sold his Richard Meier condo on Perry Street for $6.135 million, according to city records. 

The unit 5S is in the south tower, at 176 Perry Street, and was sold to the trusts of John C. Atwater and his wife Diane Lynn Nelson of San Francisco. Mr. Atwater is a real estate man as well, whose focus has been in large apartment complexes on the West Coast and in the Southwest.

The celebrity hype that came with the towers initially has mostly faded. Nicole Kidman decided she wanted more privacy, Martha Stewart handed the apartment over to her daughter, and Calvin Klein reportedly never moved in.

At least Messrs. Atwater and Nelson will avoid the paparazzi.

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