Besides tearing asunder the bonds of marriage, divorce has a way of separating people from real estate they thought they would be with forever.
And so, a few months after filing for divorce from her husband of 15 years Thaddaeus Scheel, Marcia Gay Harden is also parting ways with their beautiful Harlem brownstone at 351 West 120th Street.
After the couple listed the house with Stribling broker Cathy Taub in March, it didn’t take long for someone new to come along. The property went into contract after just a few weeks on the market, and city records show that it sold for ask to Monica and Jonathan Lindsell for the $2.75 million ask (a sale first spotted by the Real Deal).
“Prewar” and “loft” are not the sorts of real estate monikers that often attach themselves to East Village housing stock, larded as the neighborhood is with grotty tenements and grottier college students. But, if such a gem exists, count on a sentimentally soulful guy like Guy Berryman to find it. The Glaswegian bassist for would-be Read More
Emily Senay and Avery Seavy must be Tolkien fans, as they have traded a three-bedroom in the Majestic for a four-bedroom in the El Dorado, those well-known two-towered co-ops 20 blocks apart on Central Park West. Not only has the couple upgraded their space but their views, as well, moving from the back of the Read More
Fun With City Records
Our daily roundup of the most notable high-end residential transactions from the past 24 hours.
– Prominent Cairo lawyer and Mubarak adviser Taher Helmy, who was appointed head of the U.S.-Egypt Business Council last August, has bought a $6.1 million apartment at One Beacon Court. The high-floor apartment is on the “rarely available” A-line with Read More