In the early 1990s, a young Beastie Boys member, Adam Horovitz – aka Ad-Rock – and his then-wife, actress Ione Skye, called this West Village co-op their home.
They lived at 290 W. 11th St. Spread until their separation in 1995. Many of the Beastie Boys’ songs were written in the Hood during this time, according to the current listing.
Horovitz sold the unit in 2002 to Mayo Roe, co-owner of Paris Commune, a West Village restaurant that was a major celebrity draw in the 2000s.
Now the home re-launched for $1.09 millionreceived an accepted offer over demand the first day it was on the market, but a contract has not been signed at press time.
The one bedroom, one bathroom house is 500 square meters.
It features pre-war details such as original hardwood floors with wide planks, oversized windows and city views. The 1910 boutique cooperative building was originally a townhouse.
The unit also features an entry foyer with built-in bookshelves, a separate kitchen, a windowed bathroom, a decorative fireplace, many windows, and a washer/dryer.
On another note, Horovitz and his wife, Bikini Kill punk musician Kathleen Hanna, sold their Chelsea loft for $3.2 million — slightly up from last March’s $3.1 million, as we previously reported.
Stockbroker is Frank Veilson of Corcoran.
https://nypost.com/2022/03/30/beastie-boy-ad-rocks-former-village-home-asking-1-million/ Beastie Boy Ad-Rock’s former Village home is asking for $1 million