The Real Deal New York

Jeffrey Levine buys West Village townhouse

By Candace Taylor | January 06, 2011 11:26AM

The townhouse at 81 Barrow Street and Jeff Levine

Developer Jeff Levine has purchased a West Village townhouse for $12.75 million, according to city records filed yesterday.

Levine, founder and chairman of Douglaston Development and Levine Builders, and his wife Randi, purchased a 25-foot-wide elevator townhouse at 81 Barrow Street, on the market for $15 million with Prudential Douglas Elliman’s Leonard Steinberg and Vickey Barron.

Douglaston Development is currently in the process of marketing the Edge, a massive two-phase condo project on the Williamsburg waterfront.

The sellers of 81 Barrow Street were listed as Robert Oliver, William Lavelle, Richard Wise and Frank Vecchio.

When reached by phone, Levine said he preferred not to discuss the transaction.

According to the listing, the 5,500-square-foot townhouse was previously divided into a two-family home. Its décor includes features such as an “oversized suspended aquarium,” and a Jacuzzi on “the two tiered rooftop terrace.”

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