Forest City Ratner’s MaryAnne Gilmartin moves back to Brooklyn with $3.9M townhouse buy

TRD New York /
Apr.April 12, 2013 09:00 AM

Cometh the hour, cometh the woman, cometh the Brooklyn pad. Forest City Ratner’s executive vice president and soon-to-be chief executive MaryAnne Gilmartin has purchased a townhouse in Park Slope for $3.85 million, city records seen by the New York Observer show. 

The four-story, 20-foot-wide, 4,160-square foot brownstone is located at 113 St. John’s Place, between Sixth and Seventh avenues and within walking distance of Forest City Ratner’s Atlantic Yards development. The six-bedroom home boasts classical finishings such as wooden pilasters, pediments and a wooden fireplace and staircase.

The sellers were listed as Paul Graves, a former investment banker at Goldman Sachs, and his wife Chandra Graves. They were represented by Libby Ryan and Maria Ryan of Brown Harris Stevens, while Gilmartin and her husband were represented by Corcoran Group’s James Cornell and Leslie Marshall.

Gilmartin, who was recently profiled by The Real Deal, lived in Brooklyn between 1988 and 1993.  [NYO]Hiten Samtani 


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