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“Cabaret” star Danny Burstein lists Morningside Heights pad

Tony-nominated actor's $1.5M apartment once home to Cecil B. DeMille, Barack Obama
June 05, 2014 01:00PM

Broadway stars Rebeca Luker and Danny Burstein, the latter of whom was just nominated for a Tony for his current role in “Cabaret,” have listed their Revere Hall pad for $1.55 million.

The classic six at 622 West 114th Street in Morningside Heights was built in 1905 and has a show business pedigree of its own. Cecil B. DeMille once called the post home, as a plaque by the front door indicates. President Obama also crashed in a smaller apartment in the building while a student at Columbia University.

The three-bedroom pad boasts an oak fireplace mantel and high ceilings, according to the New York Post. Kinnaird Fox of Fenwick Keats Real Estate has the listing. [NYP, 2nd item]Julie Strickland