Marty Richards‘ duplex at the River House has 14 rooms, and it seems like The Observer has written as many stories about the home in the decade-plus the famed producer has been trying to sell it. Finally, this reporter might be out of a job, as the home has sold.
Not just in contract, Read More
Residents of the River House, the once-superlative East River enclave wedged behind wrought-iron gates on a cul de sac on East 52nd Street, are familiar with the sting of revenge. The famously exclusive co-op lived through a lawsuit brought against them by Gloria Vanderbilt when she was not even granted her board interview Read More
By the rules of New York real estate, the greatness of any apartment saga is measured by its eccentricity, length and weight. So a furious but short-lived fight over a condo is trumped by a run-of-the-mill but lengthy feud over a co-op, which is trumped by an epically long, cinematically peculiar struggle over a rococo Read More
A trust in the name of Chicago producer Marty Richards, who has been trying to sell his four-bedroom maisonette duplex at the River House since early 2000, has bought a full-floor apartment at the recently built 21 East 96th Street.
The price was $4,375,000.
Three brokers who have represented him did not return Read More
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Page Six claims that Bill and Hillary Clinton‘s tepid support of Barack Obama is due to the Democratic nominee’s refusal to promise Mrs. Clinton a spot on the Supreme Court if Mr. Obama gets elected. Read More
On Tuesday, July 29, an uptown crowd of socials gathered at Michael’s to celebrate a new book called Party Favors: A Novel of Politics and Greed, about the corrupt ways of Washington, D.C., political fund-raising.
The author, Nicole Sexton, spent 15 years in Washington as a Republican Party fund-raiser working for the likes of former Read More
It took producer Marty Richards 71 years to win his Best Picture Oscar for Chicago, but it may take longer to sell his 14-room, four-bedroom duplex on the garden of the iron-gated River House co-op off East 52nd Street.
Brown Harris Stevens managing director Kathy Sloane, a formidable Kentucky-accented broker, first listed Mr. Richards’ Read More
Producer Marty Richards won over Oscar judges last year and claimed Best Picture honors for his screen version of Chicago , but the venerated producer can’t seem to win over prospective buyers for his 16-room home at the River House, on East 52nd Street at the East River.
Last week, the 71-year-old showman lopped another Read More
Chicago producer Marty Richards hasn’t won the Best Picture Oscar yet, but he recently realized another long-held dream: selling his two apartments at Trump World Tower.
Late last week, the 71-year-old showman signed contracts to sell the two neighboring units that he bought in June of 2001, then put back on the market last October Read More
PRODUCER’S DUPLEX MAISONETTE IS BACK ON MARKET FOR $18.5 MILLION When producer Marty Richards decided to trade in his 16-room maisonette apartment at the River House, an exclusive co-op which looks over the East River from 435 East 52nd Street, for a $6 million double-sized condo at the Trump World Tower last summer, he devised Read More