In October, when a four-bedroom duplex in the tony 830 Park Avenue went into contract, real estate gossips were all atwitter, speculating as to whether it was actress Drew Barrymore and her husband Will Kopelman who had made a deal for the co-op unit. Anonymous sources confirmed those speculations last month, and Barrymore fans everywhere breathed sighs of relief as still further rumors suggested that the actress had made it past the building’s co-op board. (Even traditionally stuffy co-ops have become more relaxed in recent years, but we bet Ms. Barrymore would have fared well even in stricter times. She always makes such a nice impression!) And now, if in fact all of the aforementioned rumors were true, Ms. Barrymore and Mr. Kopelman have closed on the apartment, most recently asking $8.3 million, according to the Sotheby’s website; Roger Erickson had the listing. Read More
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