Everybody Go Downtown
Thank you, come again! Two years after putting his Soho apartment on the market as a $16,000 a month (furnished) rental, The Simpsons voice actor Hank Azaria has finally sold the fifth-floor co-op.
Mr. Azaria picked up the loft apartment in 2005, paying $4.6 million to photographer and film director Cindy Sherman for what he once called “the happiest place on earth.” Now he’s offloaded it to the mysteriously-titled Third World Dog Trust for a cool $8 million.
There are bad buildings and there are blockbusters. Tribeca’s Skylofts has managed to be both. Begun roughly 15 years ago, the converted loft building at 145 Hudson Street just sold out its second run of condos in all of two months–a turnaround time that speaks to special building but also a special condition in Read More
After years spent searching for a New York hideaway, roaming everywhere from the Financial District to Union Square–but never, no never Uptown–Jennifer Aniston has found a West Village perch to call home.
As The Observer reported last week, the bouncy actress closed on a penthouse in late April at 299 West 12th Street for Read More