It looks like Stone Phillips may have finally found a place to settle down. The former Dateline anchor displayed some undeniable signs of real estate restlessness, especially after NBC declined to renew his contract. In 2007, he sold both his triplex penthouse on Central Park West and then in 2010, he also offloaded his sprawling loft on West 19th Street.
Next the former anchor bought a two-bedroom spread at 45 Gramercy Park North for $4.9 million, apparently with every intention of staying—he hired architect Michael Haverland to do a full renovation. But Mr. Phillips offloaded the downtown spread just a year later, along with Mr. Haverland’s blueprints, for $5.7 million, seemingly retreating to the family’s country house in Dobbs Ferry, which he listed on the deed.
Stone Phillips has given up his golden key. The former NBC correspondent and his wife, Debra, have sold their home at 45 Gramercy Park North, officially relinquishing his key to the private and hyper-exclusive Gramercy Park.
Mr. Phillips purchased the home just last year, which had come on the market for the first time since Read More
With less than half a dozen penthouses around insular Gramercy Park, high-end buyers are likely to turn carnivorous when one becomes available.
Penthouse A at 45 Gramercy Park North had not been on the market since the mid-1960s, so naturally when the terraced two-bedroom was listed at the end of April for $4.75 million, Read More
Several weeks ago The Times reported that the former Dateline NBC co-anchor Stone Phillips and wife, Debra, nabbed a rarely available Gramercy Park North penthouse–the two-bedroom was last on the market in the 1960s. Due to a bidding war, the sale went over the $4.75 million asking price and finally sold at Read More
At long last, steely Dateline NBC co-anchor Stone Phillips has sold his triplex penthouse at the Oliver Cromwell, an 80-year-old Central Park West co-op. Mr. Phillips’ six-room apartment was first listed back in fall 2005 for $5.5 million.
But, according to city records, Mr. Phillips 27th-floor apartment sold Read More
Television journalist Stone Phillips has just slashed $1 million off the asking price for his West 72nd Street penthouse, according to the New York Post. The Dateline NBC anchor is now asking $4.45 million for the apartment, listed with the Corcoran Group. And good news: there’s an Read More
” He’s thought out,” Robert Verdi said. “He’s not. He’s not. He’s not.”
It was a gray Monday afternoon, and Mr. Verdi-the shiny-domed stylist, yappy Metro Channel fashion commentator and kill-’em-with-kindness host of the Discovery Channel’s abode-improvement show Surprise By Design -sat on the concrete steps outside the G.M. building at 59th and Fifth. He Read More