Amirian asking $39M for Greenwich Village townhouse

Developer picked up five-story brownstone for $11M in 2012

TRD New York /
Apr.April 10, 2015 11:35 AM

A renovated Greenwich Village townhouse owned by the Amirian Group’s David Amirian is on the market for $38.5 million.

Amirian and surgeon Warren Hammerschlag bought the five-story brownstone at 16 East 10th Street from the nonprofit Pen and Brush for $11.2 million in 2012. They subsequently renovated 167-year-old building, which has about 10,500 square feet of living space, plus a garden, terrace and roof deck.

The five-bedroom house also features an elevator, as well as a 27-foot-long lap pool and hot tub in the basement, according to the Wall Street Journal. Brown Harris Stevens’ David Kornmeier is the listing agent.

Amirian picked up an empty four-story Chelsea commercial building for $28.5 million last month, with plans to convert it into condominiums. The developer split from former partner Eric Brody, with whom he previously ran the Amirian/Brody Group, in June 2014. [WSJ] – Rey Mashyekhi

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