Sometimes, with all the spectacularly high townhouse asks (the $90 million Woolworth mansion) and gets (the $42 million Stanford White mansion), we forget that a townhouse can be had for much, much less.
Take this charming “Flemish renaissance townhouse” at 383 West End Ave that’s asking $4.5 million. It’s located in a “wildly picturesque” block of row houses across from the Apthorp that were the subjects of a Christopher Gray back in 2004.
On Friday, Sept. 21, in a second-floor suite of the Pierre Hotel, at a company-wide meeting of the Corcoran Group, chairwoman Barbara Corcoran scrapped the agenda-introducing a new advertising campaign-and instead addressed rumors that the company was being sold.
“She didn’t give us any detail about who the buyer was, but she said the company Read More
UPPER WEST SIDE
Just a few months after laying out nearly $8 million for three condominium apartments in the Century, an Art Deco building at 25 Central Park West, Sony Music Entertainment chief executive Tommy Mottola is selling the properties.
In late April, Mr. Mottola finalized his deal to purchase three different units–two on Read More