Andy Cohen is under contract to buy a penthouse in downtown New York

Well done, Andy!

Andy Cohen, the TV host/producer of Bravo’s Watch What Happens Live, has bought a pre-war duplex penthouse in Manhattan’s West Village, Gimme reports exclusively.

The penthouse at 299 W. 12th St. last demanded $18.3 million, as Gimme Shelter first reported.

The amount Cohen will pay for the spread isn’t clear yet — but it was one of 24 deals signed last week for townhomes valued at $4 million and up, according to Monday’s Olshan Luxury Market Report .

The 17-story building is the tallest in the West Village north of Canal Street – with unparalleled views – and sits at the north end of Abingdon Square Park.

This week, Cohen blasted the government’s “miserable” response to the monkeypox virus and warned his “gay brothers” to stay safe, while urging the public not to stigmatize the gay community amid the outbreak.

Cohen currently lives in a nearby duplex at 2 Horatio.

Interior of the living room of the penthouse.
The penthouse features downtown-chic touches like wood-beamed ceilings.
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Interior of the penthouse kitchen.
The chef’s kitchen has French doors.
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A shot of the large outdoor area.
He will enjoy 2,000 square meters of outdoor space.
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Interior of the penthouse overlooking the village.
The duplex offers excellent views of downtown Manhattan.
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Interior of the penthouse solarium.
There is also a glass solarium.
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Both buildings – Cohen’s current duplex and the penthouse he is set to buy – were developed by the famous brothers Bing & Bing.

“Andy looked at everything in the area before deciding on the penthouse,” a source said. “He loves the neighborhood. But the penthouse needs a lot of work.”

Cohen, who is also known for entertaining his close and famous friends like CNN’s Sarah Jessica Parker and Anderson Cooper, is up for the challenge, we hear.

The 3,000-square-foot, three-bedroom, four-bathroom penthouse has original features like beamed ceilings – and 2,000-square-foot of outdoor space over two floors, including a solarium, wrap-around deck, and stunning village views.

The top floor ceilings rise to 14 feet while the bottom floor is 10 feet high. The chef’s kitchen and living room have French doors that open to the terrace.

Sellers are Democratic Party attorneys and organizers Willard Taylor and Virginia Davies.

The building was designed by Emery Roth.

Stockbroker Frans Preidel of Brown Harris Stevens declined to comment.

https://nypost.com/2022/08/03/andy-cohen-in-contract-to-buy-downtown-nyc-penthouse/ Andy Cohen is under contract to buy a penthouse in downtown New York

Emma Bowman

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