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HAVE YOU HEARD: Broadway star moves in at Manhattan View MiMa

CORCORAN’S Robby Browne and Chris Kann co-hosted the 31st Annual Toys Party for Services and Advocacy for GLBT Elders (SAGE) at Pier 60.

Thousands of toys were collected during the event, which benefits LGBT elders, as well as children.
Before the night was over, more than $300,000 was donated on behalf of LGBT elders.

Special attendees included LGBT icons Levi Jackman Foster, Olympic gold medalist Greg Louganis, Andy Cohen and longtime SAGE supporter Whoopi Goldberg.

Addressing partygoers, Goldberg emphasized the importance of intergenerational dialogue through SAGE Table, SAGE’s national program set to launch in May 2017.

“This is not a fundraiser, this is a friendraiser,” said Goldberg about the new program.

“SAGE is one of the most important organizations that I am aware of, and I’m proud to be a part of it. Everybody forgets when they’re younger that getting old is just around the corner. So, you have to make sure you’re looking out for those who have come before you, and appreciate what was done. On May 18, we’ll get to know each other.”


Broadway star Lexi Lawson has moved into a new two-bedroom, 2.5 bathroom apartment at Manhattan View at MiMA, just a few minutes away from the Theater District.

Now Lawson can walk to work at the Richard Rodgers Theatre, where she stars as Eliza Hamilton in Broadway’s smash-hit musical Hamilton.

Lawson moved into a 1,4000 s/f unit with her husband and Yorkshire Terrier, Seven.

Her new home features finishes by Jamie Drake, a chef’s kitchen and integrated smart-home technology to control music, television and lights from your smart phone.

The floor-to-ceiling windows showcase panoramic views of Times Square, Hudson River and beyond.
Manhattan View at MiMA is a new luxury condominium collection starting on the 51st floor of the MiMA development, with a private entrance at 460 West 42ndStreet.

Co-developers Kuafu Properties and SCG America brought on celebrated AD100 interior designer Drake, of Drake / Anderson, to reimagine Manhattan View’s 151 residences.

The tower has 44,000 s/f of amenities including a private Equinox fitness center with indoor lap pool, outdoor terraces with private dining areas and BBQ pods, party rooms with catering kitchens, a golf simulator and karaoke room, outdoor and indoor screening rooms, a game room a children’s playroom and a residents-only pet spa.

Two-bedrooms at Manhattan View start at $2.9 million.

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