Hitting a low note: Opera star Nedda Casei sells Sutton Place pad at steep discount

$2.9M sale for almost half of original $5.5M ask

TRD New York /
Jul.July 10, 2015 01:55 PM

Nedda Casei, a former mezzo-soprano with the Metropolitan Opera, Sold Her Sutton Place co-op for $2.9 million – almost half the original asking price of $5.5 million.

Casei first put the apartment at 16 Sutton Place on the market in 2013. She then slashed the ask to $5 million in 2014 and later to $3.2 million, with buyer Barbara Dau closing on the home for under $3 million. Sotheby’s International Realty Eva Mohr had the listing.

The four-bedroom, 17th-floor apartment – located on the top floor of 16 Sutton Place – features views of the East River, a library and stained glass windows, according to the New York Observer. The home also has two landscaped terraces complete with an irrigation system, garden lights and fountains.

Casei, who soundproofed the apartment and decorated it in bright pink and floral prints, gave Luxury Listings NYC a tour of the home last year. [NYO]Rey Mashayekhi

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