Strokes frontman Julian Casablancas sells Village apartment

New York /
Jul.July 16, 2013 03:00 PM

Julian Casablancas, frontman for New York City-based rock band the Strokes, has sold his Greenwich Village co-op for $1.25 million, Real Estalker reported.

The bi-level property, located at 29 East 9th Street, was listed by Lori Braverman at LJBLAW. includes a large foyer, a sunken living room, beamed 18-foot ceilings and a wood-burning fireplace, according to Real Estalker. The renovated kitchen, on the apartment’s upper level, features marble counter tops and a breakfast nook that overlooks the living room.

The buyer was listed as Richard Armitage, but it was unclear if that refers to noted British actor Richard Armitage, known for his work on “The Hobbit,” the website said.

The full-service apartment complex has also played host to playwright Terrence McNally, “Sex & the City” columnist Candace Bushnell and fellow “Sex & the City” alum, actor Chris Noth, Real Estalker said.

Casablancas and his wife Juliet picked up the pad in July 2005 for $850,000. [Real Estalker] – Julie Strickland


Related Articles

arrow_forward_ios
Matt Lauer exposes Hamptons estate to the market
Matt Lauer exposes Hamptons estate to the market
Matt Lauer exposes Hamptons estate to the market
 Fredrik Eklund and the property (Getty, Steve Frankel)
Fredrik Eklund lists Bel Air mansion for rent as family moves to “forever home”
Fredrik Eklund lists Bel Air mansion for rent as family moves to “forever home”
Gordon Ramsey and his Lucky Cat restaurant (Lucky Cat)
Gordon Ramsay to open first South Florida restaurant in Miami Beach
Gordon Ramsay to open first South Florida restaurant in Miami Beach
(iStock/Illustration by Kevin Rebong for The Real Deal)
NYC investment sales hit multi-year peak to end 2021
NYC investment sales hit multi-year peak to end 2021
TRD EDU
Stay atop the market (and ahead of your competition) with TRD EDU
Stay atop the market (and ahead of your competition) with TRD EDU
Tax assessments rise 9%, signaling higher bills for landlords
Tax assessments rise 9%, signaling higher bills for landlords
Tax assessments rise 9%, signaling higher bills for landlords
Regal at 106 Court Street (Downtown Brooklyn Partnership)
Regal theater on Downtown Brooklyn’s Court Street unexpectedly shuttered
Regal theater on Downtown Brooklyn’s Court Street unexpectedly shuttered
From left: Ryan Johnson and Jeff Berens, co-founders of Culdesac, in front of a rendering of Culdesac Tempe (Culdesac, iStock)
Startup that wants to build car-free cities raises $30M Series A
Startup that wants to build car-free cities raises $30M Series A
arrow_forward_ios

The Deal's newsletters give you the latest scoops, fresh headlines, marketing data, and things to know within the industry.

Loading...