A full story co-op at 1 Fifth Ave. — a Greenwich Village building associated with a number of high-profile names — is on the market for $5.99 millionless than his $8.5 million request in 2019.
The 25th floor two bedroom, two bath tower unit has been in the same hands for more than two decades.
One Fifth is a listed 1927 Art Deco building that has seen real pedigree in its day.
The building is the home of Jessica Lange, who purchased two units in the building.
This is where Robert Mapplethorpe shot Patti Smith’s ‘Horses’ album cover – and this is where Helena Bonham Carter lived with Tim Burton before their split in 2014.
It was also the home of Gwyneth Paltrow’s mother, actress Blythe Danner. It was also the setting for Candace Bushnell’s bestseller, One Fifth Avenue.
Rock king Keith Richards once owned it, as did Scarface director Brian De Palma.
The building is located near Washington Square Park and the property offers stunning views of the city, including the Empire State Building.
There are two large and separate bedroom wings, each with its own bathroom. (There’s also space to set up a third bedroom or home office.)
The residence has a loft-like open plan living/dining room that is more than 20m and an open plan kitchen.
Original details include hardwood floors and picture windows.
The building was built in 1927 by Harvey Wiley Corbett as an apartment hotel for the wealthy and designed by Joseph G. Siegel. It features a two-story lobby, doormen and a laundry room.
Stockbroker is William Martin by Douglas Elliman.
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