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HAVE YOU HEARD: Brooklyn to make Million Dollar Listing TV debut, Buddy Hackett’s apartment up for grabs

Season 12 Top Chef contestant Adam Harvey is selling his Sutton Place apartment.
The one bedroom at 333 East 55th Street has a brand new, state-of-the-art custom renovated kitchen designed by Harvey.

According to listing agents Annie Cion Gruenberger and Deborah Ribner at Warburg Realty, it has top-of-the-ine stainless steel appliances that include a 4-burner Viking stove with convection oven and infra-red broiler and a Panasonic Genius 1200W microwave.

They pair have listed the apartment at $595,000.

Since his run on the BRavo reality show, Harvey — who has worked at restaurants ranging from Union Square Cafe to the Oak room at the Plaza Hotel — has been working as a private chef.


Corcoran is listing comedian Buddy Hackett’s apartment at the Rivercross building for $690,000.
Hackett, one of Roosevelt Island’s most famous residents, was the beloved comedian best known for The Music Man, It’s a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World and The Love Bug.

The 4th floor one bedroom with en-suite features an entrance foyer, living/dining room, additional half-bath, galley kitchen with pass-through and new, oversized windows.

Rivercross is a full service co-op with amenities to spare, according to listing agent Suzanne Wolf.
The apartment is now owned by his son, actor Sandy Hackett.


Brooklyn will make its debut on the next season of Bravo’s Million Dollar Listing New York, according to show star Ryan Serhant.

Serhant, a licensed associate real estate broker at Nest Seekers, said, “We love Brooklyn. We don’t just sell Manhattan.”

For him, Greenpoint is the borough’s hottest neighborhood.

“Greenpoint offers the ability to do what you want as an architect, a developer, or a designer,” he said.
“A lot of people want to live in Greenpoint, and it’s an incredible place to be. We’re moving into the new development market in Brooklyn, and when new developments come about in Brooklyn, there’s a built-in waiting list. It’s unbelievable.”

With Season 4 premiering next month and three seasons under his belt, Serhant said, “It’s hard for me to remember what life was like without cameras in front of me nine months out of the year.”

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