Sunday Real Estate Round-Up
--Howard Stern has spent more than $600,000 for an oceanfront rental in Southampton, The home is listed for sale at $35 million. The listing is here. The shingle-style home sits between Wickapogue Pond and the ocean and has nine bedrooms. a two-story living room, elevator, wine cellar and an oceanside pool with a gazebo.
--Russell Simmons has been spotted looking for a Hamptons bachelor pad.
--Roy Scheider is selling his house in Sagaponack for $20 million.
--A 26.6 acre summer camp that philanthropist Anthony Drexel Duke donated to the Boys & Girls Harbor in East Hampton is now on the market for $12 million.
--Jennifer LeRoy, daughter of late restaurateur Warner LeRoy, has sold her apartment on West 13th Street for $2.6 million she is moving up a few floors into a smaller unit and seeking a house in West Palm Beach.
--It turns out that apartment Tommy Mottola recently bought for $6 million at 170 East End Avenue is for his daughter.
From the NY Times Big Deal:
--J. Darius Bikoff, the founder of Glaceau water, has paid $5.6 million for a 4,000-square-foot duplex penthouse in a new building at 330 East 72nd Street. He is selling his East 77 Street condo for $2.5 million, the listing is here.
--Gregory Olsen, an inventor and entrepreneur who paid around $20 million to fly to space on a Russian rocket, sold an apartment at 1 Central Park West, Trump International Hotel and Tower, for $6.45 million. He still owns an apartment near the top of the Time Warner Center.
--Screenwriter, Leslie Dixon and her husband Tom Ropelewski have bought a 1,350-square-foot condominium at 45 Christopher Street for $1.9 million.
--Actor Patrick Wilson and his wife, Dagmara Dominczyk, bought a duplex apartment last month in Williamsburg, Brooklyn for $972,428.
From the New York Observer's Manhattan Transfers:
--Russell Simmons is still trying to sell 114 Liberty Street. It's now listed at just under $6 million, a big dip from the original $11 million it was listed at in May 2005.
--Minnesota businessman Edward Bazinet recently placed his five-story Tribeca penthouse on the market for $28.5 million, a new record for the area. The listing has pictures of this stunning glass penthouse (shown above) which is on top of a 19th Century warehouse building
--Te Spence-Chapin Adoption Service is selling their 60-foot building for $23 million. It could become either a single-family home or luxury condos. The listing is here.
From the LA Times Hot Property:
--Christina Ricci is putting her Los Feliz house on the market for $3.1 million. The 1928 house is a local landmark which was preserved and updated by Diane Keaton in the 1990s. The listing is here.
--The late Eddie Albert's house was purchased for around $8.25 million. The Pacific Palisades estate was sold for the value of the land only since the house is a teardown.
--Kate Jackson has purchased a Sherman Oaks home for just under $1.1 million.