You know those movies that you can watch over and over again? The ones that you can never get enough of until suddenly, one day, you’re done? You just want to see something, anything, different? We assume a similar thing happened to Rodney Schiffer, who’s selling his townhouse at 217 East 62nd Street after five years.
Mr. Schiffer, the former managing director of Column Financial, bought the 3,750-square foot house from Martin Scorsese back in 2007. Mr. Scorsese departed from his home of 20 years for a $12 million townhouse on E. 64th Street, apparently figuring that he and his long-overdue Oscar deserved some fancier digs.
Like many proud sons of Queens, Gary Segal went into the family business. Two decades ago, he took over the electrical outfit his grandfather founded and his parents ran, which had long specialized in working on the city’s schools. When that sector exploded as white flight in reverse sent families from the burbs to the Read More
Just like Benjamin Braddock, Max Nichols is moving closer to home. The son of Graduate (and a million other great movies and plays) director Mike Nichols and his wife have just purchased a six-story redbrick townhouse on the Upper East Side.
The Nicholses are leaving behind Greenwich Village, where they owned a duplex. Mr. Nichols Read More