Keeping an apartment in the city, while almost as de riguer as country club membership among the corporate elite, is not for everyone. And it appears that Ralph Lauren’s executive vice president has decided she’d prefer to live full-time where the polo ponies roam, in Greenwich.
Jackwyn Nemerov and husband Neal, who heads up the Nemerov Charitable foundation, have sold their 22nd floor condo at 101 Warren Street, cashing the two-bedroom in for $4 million, according to city records.
Taking the top post at the Associated Press isn’t Gary Pruitt’s only big move—he’s also inked a deal on a 3-bedroom Tribeca condo.
Mr. Pruitt and wife Abby are leaving Sacramento and McClatchy behind for an airy space at 101 Warren Street. The Pruitts plunked down $4.3 million for the pad, a little over the $4.29 million ask, according to city records. The couple signed the contract just two days before AP broke the news of his hire in March.
The apartment, which has been on the market since late last year, has taken a price cut since it was initially listed with Corcoran broker Heather Cook, so we’re not sure why the couple was willing to pay over ask. Maybe another late-on-the-scene buyer materialized and Mr. Pruitt was afraid of getting scooped?
– More good news for Gary Barnett at The Rushmore. While some buyers continue to fight in court to get out of their contracts, others can’t wait to move in. Two 80 Riverside Boulevard buyers hit public records today, one for a four-bedroom on the fourth floor, the other for a two-bedroom on the ninth Read More
The lawsuit between Edward J. Minskoff Equities and a contractor over mechanic’s liens for the luxury mixed-use condo at 101 Warren Street is not going that well for Minskoff.
A handwritten judicial decision filed on Wednesday has denied Minskoff’s request for the New York Supreme Court to dismiss the 62 mechanic’s liens that HRH Read More