The latest news from Curbed NY...
1) Upper East Side: The townhouse that the king of pop art once called home has hit the market for $5.795 million. Andy Warhol bought the place in 1959 for $60,000 and spent 15 years creating art there.
2) Tribeca: This week in interesting apartments, we present the penthouse of the American Thread Building. It has a domed rotunda that was once used for acrobatic "aerodance," and its seeking $10.5 million.
3) Upper West Side: Actress Tea Leoni bought herself a seven-room bachelorette pad for $5.125 million. Meanwhile, she and ex-husband David Duchovny are still trying to sell their triplex maisonnette. It recently suffered another pricechop to bring the ask to $8.5 million.
4) Brooklyn Heights: The brownstone belt of Brooklyn is littered with secret little streets populated by multi-million dollar homes?like this quaint carriage house on Grace Court Alley, which landed on them market with a pricetag of $3.5 million.
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