“8 Mile” producer’s Tribeca Marble House listed for $20M

New York /
Mar.March 01, 2012 12:30 PM

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.

But earlier this month, other units in the 60 Collister Street building went up for sale, and the rest of them will follow shortly.

Parr gave his condo the nickname for the amount of Carrera marble that clads the interior. The entirety of his swimming pool room — floors, walls, and ceiling — are made of marble. There’s also a 59-foot-long grand hall and sinks made from the same material.

The condo is located inside a carriage house built for the American Express Company in 1866, which previously housed Area nightclub in the 1980s.

Both Fredrik Eklund and John Gomes of Prudential Douglas Elliman are marketing the Marble House, as well as the building’s other units. [WSJ] 


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