Howard Stern sidekick Robin Quivers unloads UWS digs

New York /
Dec.December 04, 2013 01:10 PM

Radio host Howard Stern’s right-hand woman Robin Quivers has sold her two-bedroom Lincoln Square condominium for $2.95 million, city records show.

Quivers, a radio personality, author and actress, has been on Stern’s show since 1981, where the duo became famous for ribald riffs on news and current affairs. A Maryland native, she reportedly resided in Manhattan from the mid-1990s until her split from longtime boyfriend Tony – mysteriously referred to as “Mr. X” on the show – in 2007.

Quivers bought the apartment at 200 West End Avenue for $2.46 million in May 2008 and sold it to Ervin Shindell, co-founder of the Chicago-based hedge fund RoundKeep Capital advisors, and his wife, Colleen Murphy, according to records filed with the city on Monday. The deal closed Nov. 19.

Corcoran Group broker Maria Manuche had the listing for the home at West 70th Street. Originally listed in July with an asking price of $3.15 million, the ask was reduced to $2.95 million three weeks later.

The 1,486-square-foot unit comes with nine-foot ceilings; park, city and river views; a windowed kitchen complete with a wine refrigerator; granite counters; and a breakfast bar, according to the listing on StreetEasy. The new owners will also have access to the building’s full-service amenities, which include a health club and garage.

Quivers currently resides in Long Beach Township, N.J., according to City Records On The West End Avenue sale.

The Garden State is also home to real estate firm the Klein Group, which in partnership with Israeli company Alto Private Investments sold 200 West End Avenue for $51 million to an undisclosed buyer earlier this year. The duo purchased the building from Clarion Partners in 2011 for $31 million.

The Clarett Group, which closed its New York office in March of 2011, developed the 29-story, 170-unit condo tower, which opened in 2008.

Manuche and Shindell did not immediately respond to request for comment and Quivers, contacted via email, also did not immediately respond. An attorney involved in the sale did not respond.


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