Uma Thurman is not Killing Bill these days, she’s killing the co-op market, grabbing a one-bedroom at the Gramercy Park apartment at 1 Lexington Avenue.
Ms. Thurman scooped up the one-bedroom pad on the eighth floor for $1.55 million, according to city records. The unit was not listed publicly.
In “Annabel’s Mother,” one of the short stories in Caitlin Macy’s 2009 short-story collection, Spoiled, socialite skirmishes between Bugaboo Brahmin moms and their nannies are set against the backdrop of a key-access-only private garden.
The private garden is a thinly veiled ode to Gramercy Park, near where Ms. Macy and her husband, Jeremy Barnum, lived Read More