Rock star Mike Rutherford, co-founder of 80’s hitmakers Genesis, has sold his Noho condo for $7.2 million, according to city records.
Rutherford purchased the 1, 450 s/f loft apartment at 1 Bond Street, unit 3AB four years ago for $5 million.
The three bedroom, three bath unit was listed back in February for $7.995 million by Jonathan Hettinger and Mark Thomas Amadei of Sotheby’s International Realty.
Metro areas on the East and West coasts lead the pack for per-household spending on moving, storage and freight among the 100 biggest U.S. metro areas, according to new figures compiled by SpareFoot, an online marketplace for self-storage.
At the top of SpareFoot’s list is Bridgeport, CT, where the average household will spend $71.53 this year.
Next in line is Oxnard-, CA ($68.66), followed by Washington,DC ($67.39), Boston, MA ($66.49) and San Jose, CA ($66.38).
The U.S. average per household is $58.85.
“One reason moving, storage and freight spending is so high in the Bridgeport-Stamford-Norwalk area is that the region has a bigger percentage of wealthy households than anywhere else in the country,” said Chuck Gordon, co-founder and CEO of SpareFoot.
“Also, the cost of\ living in Bridgeport-Stamford-Norwalk is about 60 percent higher than the U.S. average.”
New York came in at number 12 on the list with the average movers bill at $63.24.
Saunders & Associates’ Alan Schnurman just got one of the highest sale prices paid in the Hamptons this year.
The retired lawyer embarking on a second career in real estate attracted a $15.5 million offer for the newly-built Sagaponack estate that sits on 1.5-acred.
Constructed by George Gavalas, the 10,000 s/f house across from the beach has a private entry off Daniels Lane, manicured gardens and a state-of-the-art kitchen designed by Christopher Peacock. The home was constructed by George Gavalas.
Schnurman was an accomplished trial attorney for many years. After retiring from his law practice last year he signed on with Saunders.
This was his first deal with the firm.