Weeds actress Mary-Louise Parker has sold her Village co-op for $7.45 million.
Corcoran agent Laura Rozos brought the five-bedroom, 4.5 bath, pre-war duplex at 32 Washington Square to market in March listed at $6.99 million, according to a report at the time in the Real Deal.
The buyers are Brooklynites Elizabeth and Brian O’Kelley. He is the CEO of AppNexus, an online advertising company, and she is a clinical psychologist, according to LinkedIn.
Last year, the couple paid $7.3 million for 40 Willow Place in Brooklyn Heights, which at the time had an assessed value of $6.35 million, reported to be the highest in the borough.
Parker has reportedly been trying to sell the home she bought with ex Billy Crudup for the past three years without success.
There was eating, drinking and merriment at Manhattan House last week, as brokers gathered to celebrate the completion of the building’s new lobby.
Nearly 200 people turned out to see the redesigned space by designer Vicente Wolf, of Vicente Wolf Associates.
Guests included Eileen Ford, founder of Ford Model Agency, and famed chef David Bruke, who also catered the event.
The Hakimian Organization donated the rooftop of 75 Wall Atop Andaz for The New York Foundling’s fundraiser event to benefit their Crisis Nursery. The event raised nearly $30,000.
One of New York City’s longest running family services agencies, The NY Foundlings began as a home for abandoned children in 1869. Today, the organization cares for 13,000 people each year through a network of programs for families with social, economic, medical, and psychological needs.
A crowd of approximately 200 turned out to support the fundraiser, which featured a silent auction and live music by Shakey Tables.
Guests sipped cocktails provided by Bottlerocket Wine & Spirit and served by Model Bartenders. Sweet treats were served by Baked by Melissa, and hors d’oeuvres were provided by Latin American restaurant a casa fox.
For more information about The New York Foundling or to make a donation, visit www.nyfoundling.org.
Cheryl Eisen, the styling expert who’s a regular on the Bravo TV network, just finished two new model units at The Centurion.
Eisen, president of Interior Marketing Group (IMG), said she honed in on the building’s strong international and domestic appeal to create spaces that feel luxurious and welcoming!