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HAVE YOU HEARD? Topher Grace lists West Village apartment; $76,000-a-month rental turning heads

Actor Topher Grace has listed his West Village apartment for $4.25 million, according to Luxury Listings NYC.
According to the apartment’s listing, the loft, located at the fourth floor of 59 Bank Street (pictured top)was “renovated to offer modern conveniences while retaining the pre-war charm of the building’s industrial past.”
The home contains original wood floors, pressed tin ceilings and a Miele washer and dryer. The master suite also contains a large walk-in closet with a window that can be converted into a third bedroom.
The building is a boutique condo with six units. The property, located near the corner of West 4th Street and Bank Street, also has a roof deck with views of the Empire State Building. Joshua Wesoky of Compass has the listing.
gRACE, who is best known for his role as Eric Forman in That ‘70s Show, bought the two-bedroom, two-bath loft for $2.2 million in 2004. He previously rented out the full-floor apartment for $12,000 per month.


DEVELOPER Mitchell Maidmanʼs stunning duplex penthouse at 35 East 63rd Street is available to rent for $76,000 a month.
Rory Nichols of TOWN Residential is listing the 6,312 s/f five bedroom, 8-bath home, which has 4,000 s/f of private outdoor space with multiple private terraces and a roof deck.

35 East 63rd Street

Maidman, principal of Townhouse Management, transformed the original 30,000 s/f mansion at 35 East 63rd back in 2011 into seven luxury private homes which attracted some of the highest rents in the city — and some bold faced names.
Robert De Niro and Nicole Kidman both took a gander at luxury apartments when the mansion was being reconfigured.

Rutenberg NYC broker Tak Cheung has closed on the $26 million sale of a two-story duplex at 515 Park Avenue.
Cheung repped the private Chinese buyer of the 5,000 s/f condo that spans the entire 36th and 37th floors of the 43-story luxury building.
The home had been listed for $35 million by seller, Sheila Rosenblum, who owned the property together with her now-estranged husband.
“We negotiated an extremely attractive price for an extraordinary duplex,” said Cheung, who is also the firm’s Director of Research.
“As the excess supply of comparable new development product in the area is absorbed, this condominium has the potential for significant upward appreciation.”

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