And now, all the latest from Curbed NY...
1) Soho: How do you improve on a 6,000-square-foot loft in Downtown Manhattan? By building a huge bubble inside of it that serves as two bedrooms for your children.
2) Greenwich Village: Power couple Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick have finally unloaded their Greenwich Village townhouse, two and a half years after first listing it, for $20 million. They paid $18.995 million for the house in 2011 and renovated it, so that didn't work out so well.
3) Bed-Stuy: The owners of the most expensive house currently on the market in Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn recently opened their doors to NBC for a tour. The 1887 brownstone, designed by famous architect Montrose Morris and includes such features as a 100-year-old mahogany bar and full-floor parlor.
4) Upper East Side: The only complete Paul Rudolph-designed house in New York City has been put back on the market for $40 million. The house is famous for its star studded history—former owners include the designer Halston and the photographer Gunter Sachs, and it has been inhabited by Liza Minnelli and Bianca Jagger.
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