Mansion that was former Catholic school hits market for $23.5M

House used to be part of Martin Scorsese’s former school

TRD New York /
Apr.April 20, 2018 11:00 AM

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A mansion that used to be part of Martin Scorsese’s old school is up for sale for $23.5 million.

The house is located in Nolita and used to be part of the St. Patrick’s Old Cathedral School, according to the Wall Street Journal. In addition to attending the school, Scorsese was an altar boy at the church and later filmed a scene from “Mean Streets” at the church’s graveyard.

Time Equities and Hamlin Ventures paid $30.7 million for the complex in 2014, combining and converting three buildings into condominums and reserving the last building as a mansion. It spans more than 8,000 square feet across five floors with seven bedrooms and seven full bathrooms.

Amenities include a wet bar, a fitness room and staff quarters. The owner would also have access to the adjacent condo building’s amenities as well, which include a wine cellar and bicycle storage.

Condo sales recently launched at 34 Prince Street, and one has sold so far, Francis Greenburger, the CEO of Time Equities, told the Journal. [WSJ]Eddie Small


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