Katie Couric’s UES co-op is in contract

Unit at 1155 Park Ave was last asking for just under $8M

New York /
Mar.March 29, 2018 10:30 AM

Katie Couric and 1155 Park Avenue

Katie Couric has found a buyer for her longtime home on the Upper East Side.

The five-bedroom co-op unit, located at 1155 Park Avenue, hit the market last fall, and it last had an asking price of just under $8 million, according to the New York Post. Couric and her husband John Molner bought another home in 2016 at Spruce Capital Partners’ 151 East 78th Street for about $12.2 million.

Alexa Lambert and Marc Achilles of Stribling were the listing brokers for Couric’s Upper East Side pad. Amenities at the building include a library, a butler’s pantry and an eat-in chef’s kitchen. [NYP]Eddie Small


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