In Deed! Tiger Moves Downtown; Two If by Sea Owner Buys Some Land

According to Us Weekly Tiger Woods moved into a downtown bachelor pad last weekend. There doesn’t seem to be much more information but it’s enough to set the blogosphere atwitter that’s for sure!

— One if by Land, Two if by Sea owner Oscar Proust purchased some land of his own near the storied Village eatery. Mr. Proust and wife, Colleen Goujjane, snagged an East Village penthouse duplex at 238 East 4th Street for $3 million. The couple bought the three-bedroom condo from Niche Media editor and Hip Hollywood Homes author Sue Hostetler and husband, Jon V. Diamond, a media executive and co-founder of the Whitney Museum’s New Media Committee. The apartment was listed by Corcoran’s Julie Pham and Sarah Thompson. Mr. Proust bought the famous West Village restaurant 10 years ago, and refurbished both decor and menu adding Picholine chef Craig Hopson and re-antiquing the esthetic, replacing rugs with wide-plank wood floors and adding antique chandeliers. Perhaps he’ll do the same for his new home which boasts, “the largest ipe-and-concrete decked terrace you’ve ever seen in the East Village with sweeping Empire and Chrysler building views.”

The Post announced this morning that Sotheby’s superbroker and society maven Serena Boardman has given birth to a baby girl, named, wait for it, Serena. And she secretly married Serena Jr.’s father, Greek shipping heir (is there any other kind of Greek heirs?) John Theodoracopulos. In Deed! Tiger Moves Downtown; Two If by Sea Owner Buys Some Land