Sarah Jessica Parker’s former NYC home seeks new owner for $5.5M

- Advertisement -


In the 1990s, Ohio native Sarah Jessica Parker became famous for playing the fictional writer Carrie Bradshaw, who lived in the West Village, on the TV seriesSex in the city“.

- Advertisement -

In real life, Parker, who briefly dated John F. Kennedy Jr. in the early 1990s, lived in Tribeca’s famous 12-story Beaux-Arts building built in 1909.

- Advertisement -

Now this former home – a top-floor area that has since been merged with a second block below it – is being offered as a sparkling duplex penthouse. it on sale for $5.5 million, up from the July request of $5.85 million.

Fast forward to today. Parker and her husband Matthew Broderick own a double-width mansion in the West Village. But this former Tribeca home, at 366 Broadway, isn’t all that run down.

Parker currently lives in the West Village and sold the Tribeca home in 1999.
Getty Images
Inside a large living space.
Inside a large living space.
IMG
Gorgeous dining area.
Gorgeous dining area.
IMG
- Advertisement -

It is crowned by a stunning landscaped rooftop terrace of over 1,000 square feet with an outdoor kitchen, entertainment spaces and panoramic city views from the Woolworth Building to the Empire State Building. The four-bedroom, four-bath space, adorned with interiors by Cheryl Eisen’s Interior Marketing Group, rests on a staircase designed by architect Steven Vanta.

The residence also includes details such as over 10 foot high ceilings, parquet floors and striking arched windows. The residence boasts a large 45-foot-long room, as well as a chef’s kitchen, home office, and dining area.

The master bedroom on the lower level has a Carrie Bradshaw-style walk-in closet and spa-style bath. There is also a guest suite with a private entrance, a third bedroom with multiple wardrobes, a media room and a laundry room.

Another view of the living room with trendy decor.
Another view of the living room with trendy decor.
IMG
One of the bedrooms in the house overlooking Lower Manhattan.
One of the bedrooms in the house overlooking Lower Manhattan.
IMG
Chef's Kitchen.
Chef’s Kitchen.
IMG

According to Gimme’s sources, Parker sold her apartment to the current owner in 1997.

“She left a vintage clawfoot tub in the bathroom and unique dark wood and glass kitchen cabinets we were told were made from cabinets found in a downtown cigar store,” our source said, adding that they are still kept by the seller. storage. Parker also installed a “roof ladder”. It was a long staircase that ran almost the entire width of the northern wall, but now it is not part of the apartment, ”added our source.

IMG’s interiors focus on neutral color schemes and abstract work from in-house artists that make the home pop.

The building, which was once the headquarters of the Royal Typewriter and home to textile manufacturers before it was converted into cooperatives in 1979, has recently undergone a seven-year restoration.

Amenities include a shared rooftop and bike room. The renovated lobby features double height marble walls and a wrought iron staircase.

The listing brokers are Claudia Saez-Fromm of Corcoran and her husband Mark David Fromm.

Credit: nypost.com /

- Advertisement -

Recent Articles

Related Stories