Every broker likes to declare that he or she is marketing that one apartment in New York City that stands out from the rest. But a “unique” listing is not always an easy listing, particularly when a home comes with a pool in its living room, wall-to-wall (and floor-to-ceiling) marble or irregularly slanted windows. Read the full story and see the photos after the jump.
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Despite a booming market for trophy properties, one marble-clad Tribeca home complete with a private 45-foot pool has lingered on the market, forcing the owner to slash the listing price by almost half the initial ask.
Film producer Stuart Parr’s “Marble House” at 60 Collister Street is set to undergo another price cut, its third since February. After being pulled from the market yesterday, the home is set to come online, with a $14.995 million asking price. That represents more than a $10 million discount off of the unit’s original asking price. [more]
The “Marblehous” inside 60 Collister Street in Tribeca has undergone another price cut, Curbed reported. The ask is now $15.75 million — down from its initial $24.5 million ask.
As previously reported, the triplex is owned by film producer Stuart Parr. After being listed with the Corcoran Group in February 2009 for $24.5 million, the 9,079-square-foot condominium was taken offline; it returned to the market in April of that year. In September, the price went down to $21.5 million, then decreased again in March 2010 to $18.5 million. [more]
Film producer Stuart Parr of “8 Mile” fame has listed his 9,079-square-foot Tribeca condominium unit nicknamed the “Marble House” for $20 million, the Wall Street Journal reported.
The Corcoran Group brokers Deborah Grubman and Carol Cohen (Cohen is no longer with Corcoran) first listed the unit in February 2009 for $24.5 million, according to Streeteasy.com. Several days after its listing, it was taken off the market, but returned to the market that April. The listing price decreased that September to $21.5 million, then decreased again in March 2010 to $18.5 million. That August, the Marble House was taken off the market again. [more]