The Real Deal New York

Robert De Niro sells West Village pad

July 05, 2012 02:30PM

Robert De Niro’s West Village townhouse has sold for more than a third under ask, Curbed reported.

The five-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bath spread was first listed at $14 million, as The Real Deal reported at the time. The home, which has a private garden and a terrace, according to the listing, had a final sales price of $9.5 million, Curbed said. Another St. Luke’s Place home, a townhouse once owned by “West Side Story” playwright and “The Way We Were” screenwriter Arthur Laurents, also recently chopped its asking price in half. 

The listing broker was none other than De Niro’s son, Prudential Douglas Elliman’s Raphael De Niro. [Curbed]

  • IvoShandor

    When asked if he took a hit on the sale he said …
    “A little bit … just a lil’ bit.”

  • Scrooged

    His portfolio is large and in charge. This was only one paltry deal. He owns entire blocks and buildings.

  • 3CPO

    Still….should have been priced better especially forf family….excuse me dad we need to knock only $5 mil off the price but reall I know what I’m doing…trust me! ” are you talking to me?”