Norah Jones sells Astor Place pad for $6.7M

TRD New York /
Jul.July 17, 2013 12:54 PM

Pop chanteuse Norah Jones and her ex boyfriend, Lee Alexander, have sold their Astor Place condominium for $6.7 million, according to property records filed with the city today.

Jones purchased the 3,227-square-foot unit, located in the Carl Fischer Building at 56-62 Cooper Square, as a sponsor sale for almost $2.3 million in 2003, records show. It appears that the unit was never formally listed.

The building, built in 1926, was converted to 26 loft apartments in 2001, marking a flurry of higher-end development in Astor Place. Building amenities include a roof deck, concierge and doorman, according to StreetEasy.

Jones has been active in the outer-borough real estate market as well, purchasing a $4.99 million townhouse in Cobble Hill in 2009.

The buyer, whose identity was not immediately available, is listed in city records as Cooper’s Barrel, a Palo Alto, Calif.-based LLC.

An attorney for the transaction declined comment, and representatives for Jones could not immediately be reached for comment.


Related Articles

arrow_forward_ios
From left: Milos Raonic, Venus Williams, Serena Williams and Novak Djokovic (Credit: Getty Images)

Luxury real estate anyone? US Open stars and their palatial pads

Luxury real estate anyone? US Open stars and their palatial pads
Lena Dunham and 60 Broadway (Credit: Getty Images)

Lena Dunham’s “massive real estate mistake”

Lena Dunham’s “massive real estate mistake”
All Falls Down: Kanye West’s “Star Wars”-themed affordable housing plan hits snag

All Falls Down: Kanye West’s “Star Wars”-themed affordable housing plan hits snag

All Falls Down: Kanye West’s “Star Wars”-themed affordable housing plan hits snag
Facing jail time, Lori Loughlin sells Bel Air manse at huge discount

Facing jail time, Lori Loughlin sells Bel Air manse at huge discount

Facing jail time, Lori Loughlin sells Bel Air manse at huge discount
Miley Cyrus cuts $5M off-market deal for a Hidden Hills abode

Miley Cyrus cuts $5M off-market deal for a Hidden Hills abode

Miley Cyrus cuts $5M off-market deal for a Hidden Hills abode
Robert De Niro and 377 Greenwich Street (Getty, Google Maps)

Robert De Niro says Nobu, Greenwich Hotel are struggling

Robert De Niro says Nobu, Greenwich Hotel are struggling
LeBron James and the home at 9955 Beverly Grove Dr.

Another palace for the king: LeBron James buys Beverly Hills mansion: sources

Another palace for the king: LeBron James buys Beverly Hills mansion: sources
Spelling Manor with Sam Palmer and Petra Ecclestone (Hilton & Hyland, Getty, iStock)

Spelling Manor needs a Downton Abbey-like army of attendants

Spelling Manor needs a Downton Abbey-like army of attendants
arrow_forward_ios

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

Loading...