Special Pre K
Gov. Andrew Cuomo may want an Empire State of universal prekindergarten, but a few superstars would like him to listen to the mayor of the concrete jungle.
It seems like just yesterday that Rosie O’Donnell was buying a duplex in one of the old St. Vincent’s hospital buildings. Indeed, it was a mere nine months ago that the comedian closed on the four-bedroom, three-bath penthouse, paying $8.09 million for the newly-converted condo.
But sometimes real estate, despite the best efforts of all parties involved, simply doesn’t take. Which appears to be the case with Ms. O’Donnell and her perfectly lovely-looking apartment at 130 West 12th Street. After less than a year of ownership, the funny girl has plunked the unit back on the market, asking $10.95 million.
After years of enjoying the suburban life in Nyack, Rosie O’Donnell is finally moving to Manhattan, having closed on a four-bedroom, three-bath duplex penthouse at 130 West 12th Street.
The sale was rumored earlier this summer in the Post, and lo it was real and has finally closed, with Ms. O’Donnell plunking down $8 million for the Greenwich Village spread in one of St. Vincent’s former hospital buildings. The Rudin Family, which handled the condo conversion, was only asking $7.95 million, but in her exuberance, Ms. O’Donnell apparently dropped $50,000 to make it a nice even number.
tonight in dvr
Summer is a horrible time for the unmarried. How many days do we have to take off of work to travel to a friend’s destination wedding? How many holidays are spent not relaxing on a beach, but en route to a last-minute hotel, where you’ll spend the long weekend making small talk with people you don’t really know?
Ugh. Weddings. That’s why Rosie O’Donnell did it right: The 50-year-old actress, who was supposed to marry fiancée Michelle Rounds this month, was secretly hitched earlier this summer.
We’re here to tell you just how to set your DVR before heading out for drinks or dinner–or just watching something better on TV!
We haven’t watched Rosie O’Donnell’s nightly show on the Oprah Winfrey Network–her humor, predicated always on a lot of Hollywood references, seems to have devolved into just saying the names Read More
In early December, I encountered four young women crying on the streets of New York City in the span of roughly two weeks. Clearly nothing to make a mountain of, but it was enough to dine out on over the holidays during the awkward pauses in the stream of the lighthearted marveling over how the Read More
Monday: Beautiful Girls
While it’s easy to dismiss the late Ted Demme’s 1996 ensemble dramedy without a second thought, Beautiful Girls is a pretty charming and affable movie… as long as you can get past the "Sweet Caroline" sing-a-long. Matt Dillon, who will never be accused of being a great actor despite his Read More
Comedian and Donald Trump nemesis Rosie O’Donnell has closed on her 22nd-floor condo at the Platinum in Times Square for $1.97 million, according to The Real Deal.
The Observer‘s Max Abelson had the details of the deal in May after it went to contract. Apparently, what Rosie wants, Rosie gets:
Last summer, the Read More
Being Rosie O’Donnell means you get to have Donald Trump say funny things about you very loudly, and you get to blog in lower-case verse ("a new musical on broadway/ my god i loved it/ i dont have the words/ to explain its brilliance"), and buy the scale model of your new Manhattan Read More
The Tribeca Film Festival annual Vanity Fair party is held at the State Supreme Courthouse because it reminds everyone about the better days of divorce and custody battles. [NY Mag]
Anna Wintour’s got herself a new assistant and it’s a Swanson! As in Swanson TV dinners. [Daily Intel] Read More