“Hawaiian Eye” star sells Park Millenium unit

New York /
May.May 28, 2010 12:00 PM

Connie Stevens and the Park Millenium (building photo: CityRealty)

The Park Millenium penthouse belonging to Connie Stevens, a star in the TV detective series “Hawaiian Eye,” has gone into contract, according to the New York Times. The 54th-floor apartment, at 101 West 67th Street, has three bedrooms and is 2,500 square feet. While the contract price was not disclosed, its last listing price was $8.2 million. The apartment is listed with Peter Costas, Bernie Rubin and Robin Liftman of Prudential Douglas Elliman. The apartment, which features sweeping views from its floor-to-ceiling windows, just went into contract, though it had been listed on the market for several months last year. Costas and his partners were approached by an investor who bought it last month, sight unseen. Stevens, who also directed movies including “A Healing” and “Saving Grace B. Jones” and founded a skincare line called Forever Spring, will be moving to California to spend more time with her grandchildren. [New York Times]


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