Maybe he just wanted another apartment to decorate? Interior designer and daytime (soon primetime) TV host Nate Berkus loves Greenwich Village—so much so that he’s willing to go through all of the Sturm und Drang of moving, only to find himself a two-minute walk from where he started.
Two weeks ago The Observer broke the news that he had sold his West 9th Street co-op for $4.95 million. And now Mr. Berkus has picked up a $5 million co-op at 39 Fifth Avenue, at 10th Street, according to city records—a Bing & Bing-built, Emery Roth-designed building wedged in between two other tall pre-wars on lower Fifth Avenue.
Paddle8 founder Alexander Gilkes made a name for himself with an online art auction site, but when it comes to buying a home, he doesn’t seem to want much competition: Mr. Gilkes and his new wife, Misha Nonoo, just bought a sprawling, whisper-listed, Greenwich Village co-op.
They picked up the apartment at 23 West 9th Street from interior designer and former talk show host Nate Berkus.
A year ago, Nate Berkus went on Oprah, as he often does, to give decorating tips to viewers. This time, though, it was a rare look into his own New York City apartment. Though Mr. Berkus did not say, any eagle-eyed real estate maven would have recognized the windows as that of Jean Read More
Fresh off her recent misdemeanor assault charge, comely fashion writer Kelly Bensimon arrived at the Openhouse Gallery in Soho on Thursday night, March 19, wearing a pair of striking black heels that lace up the leg.
“I love putting them on!” gushed Ms. Bensimon, co-star of the Bravo reality series Read More
Last night, at the opening of The Annex, a SoHo satellite of Cleveland’s Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, the Daily Transom found itself on the red carpet with Gossip Girl Taylor Momsen; later that evening, Debbie Harry of Blondie and Dave Mason from Traffic were to perform.
"Blondie like changed my Read More