“Boardwalk Empire” creator lists UWS condo for $1.3M

Terence Winter and wife Rachel paid $1.1M for the one-bedroom pad in 2014

Mar.March 02, 2017 10:50 AM

104 West 70th Street, Terence and Rachel Winter (Credit: Warburg Realty and Getty Images)

Terence Winter, creator of HBO’s “Boardwalk Empire” and writer of “The Wolf of Wall Street,” and his wife listed their West 70th Street condominium unit for $1.3 million, or roughly $1,850 per square foot.

The eighth-floor apartment at 104 West 70th Street spans 700 square feet, the New York Post reported. It features a windowed chef’s kitchen, crown moldings, hardwood floors and solid oak doors.

The Winters paid $1.1 million for the apartment in 2014, property records show. Rachel Winter, a producer, was nominated for an Oscar for “Dallas Buyers Club.” Terence also co-created the short-lived HBO series “Vinyl” and was a writer and executive producer for “The Sopranos.”

The 84-unit building,  dubbed the Walton, was developed by the Brodsky Organization. There are five active sales at the building, asking an average of $2.4 million, or $1,835 per square foot, according to StreetEasy.

The listing broker is Maria Daou of Warburg Realty, according to the Post. [NYP]Miriam Hall

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