Puck! Sean Avery Takes a Dive on West Chelsea Condo

New York Ranger, Vogue intern, barkeep and general man-about-town Sean Avery has just sold his two-bedroom condo at The Chelsea Club, according to city records. Unlike the Rangers, who have not had a losing season since 2003-2004, Avery’s sale of the unit at 444 West 19th Street finds him below .500.

Putting over-wrought sports metaphors aside, Avery bought the 1,112-square-foot condo not far from his other home at Madison Square Garden for $1.46 million in 2007, and has just sold it for $1.4 million, according to city records. The Modlin Group listing shows there are two bathrooms, a small terrace and “top of the line, unique modern finishes” designed by Andres Escobar and Karl Fischer. Listing agent Marisa Sargent declined to comment.

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Shortly after moving in, Avery gave The Times Magazine a tour of his new pad, where the decor included a lamp in the shape of an M-16 assault rifle.

Avery certainly gave the sale his best shot, listing the unit for $1.795 million nearly a year ago with Elliman. Modlin picked up the apartment in July and began asking $1.59 million before reducing that to $1.495 million a month later. The apartment entered contract in November and was sold on Jan. 11.

The buyer is Jennifer Hartmann, a senior institutional consultant at Morgan Stanley Smith Barney, who lists a current address in Rochester, N.Y. Hopefully, she’s not a Sabres fan.

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