David Yurman expands Hudson Sq. pad with purchase of $10M unit

Jewelry designer has been collecting apartments in building since 2004

New York /
Feb.February 03, 2016 02:20 PM

UPDATED, 5:40 p.m., Feb. 4: Yur place or mine?

Jewelry mogul David Yurman is adding to his Downtown digs.

The fashion guru and his wife and business partner Sybil Yurman dropped $9.98 million on a 4,596-square foot pad at 481 Greenwich Street in Hudson Square, according to public records filed with the city Wednesday.

The unit is the third purchased by the couple at the property, a former industrial warehouse. They bought their first unit there for $6.28 million in 2004 and added another for $3.13 million in 2006, records show.

The sellers of the property were Avery Baker, the chief marketing officer for Tommy Hilfiger, and Anthony Kurz.

The penthouse pad has 15-foot-high ceilings, original columns, exposed brick walls and multiple skylights, according to an earlier listing.

Yurman, famous for his cable bracelet designs, won’t be more than a hop, skip and a jump from his newest Manhattan store, which opened just over a year ago at 112 Prince Street.

Correction: A previous version of this story misidentified the apartment’s neighborhood. It is Hudson Square. 


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