The television actress Constance Zimmer has sold her fifth-floor walk-up in the East Village for $1.3 million to an undisclosed buyer.
Zimmer purchased the 927 s/f, two-bed, two-bathroom unit in in 2008 for $1.17 million, according to documents filed with the city’s department of finance.
The six-story building at 38 Stuyvesant Street was built in the early 1900s and contains 13 units.
The apartment, which includes a deeded roof deck, was listed with William Postrion of Douglas Elliman and was on the market for 30 days. The listing specified that the seller was looking for an all-cash deal.
Zimmer has appeared in a number of television series, including HBO’s Entourage, ABC’s Boston Legal, and the Netflix Original Series House of Cards.
The listed contact address for Zimmer and her husband is an office in Los Angeles.
The Moinian Group has just finished construction on a brand new three-level, 3,100 s/f penthouse that it’s looking to rent for $18,800 a month.
The luxury residence, located at the 36-story Renaissance at 100 John Street in Downtown Manhattan, occupies the 34th – 36th floors.
The penthouse has five bedrooms, 5.5 baths and an open-plan for the living room, dining room and gourmet kitchen.
Fully furnished with BoConcept SoHo furniture, exclusive features include a private elevator, a linear glass mosaic gas fireplace, walnut oak wood floors, and a washer and dryer.
The Moinian Group’s 1997 conversion of the Renaissance from a commercial office building into a top of the market residential building was one of the first of its kind in Lower Manhattan. The 221-unit property was fully renovated and upgraded last year and is 98% occupied.
“This new penthouse … is a perfect fit for people looking to live in a prime downtown location in a building offering the highest quality of luxury amenities,” said Natasha Vardi senior vice president of Residential Properties at Moinian.