Compass’ Toni Haber, Carol Burns buy pad at celebrity-packed 443 Greenwich

Two-bedroom unit was last asking $7.15M

TRD New York /
Mar.March 29, 2018 09:30 AM

443 Greenwich, Carol Burns and Toni Haber (Credit: Getty Images)

Married Compass brokers Toni Haber and Carol Burns are joining the celebrities at 443 Greenwich.

The couple bought a two-bedroom unit in the building that spans 2,414 square feet and was last asking $7.15 million, according to the New York Post.

The building, developed by Nathan Berman’s MetroLoft Management, is quite popular with celebrities, with stars who have bought there including Rebel Wilson, Jake Gyllenhaal,  Meg Ryan and Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel.

Haber recently represented the buyer of a penthouse at 56 Leonard who paid $47 million. She has a seven-person team at Compass that Douglas Elliman and Corcoran Group alum David Durbin recently joined.  [NYP]Eddie Small


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