007 director buys Soho penthouse

Cary Fukunaga has purchased a full-floor unit at 570 Broome

TRD New York /
Sep.September 21, 2018 10:46 AM

Cary Fukunaga and 570 Broome Street (Credit: Getty Images and 570 Broome)

Cary Fukunaga, who was recently selected to direct the newest James Bond movie, has purchased a full-floor penthouse in Soho at 570 Broome.

The home has three bedrooms, three bathrooms and two terraces overlooking the Hudson River, according to the New York Post. Prices range from $1.35 to more than $4 million, although the price that Fukunaga paid for his unit was unclear.

Fukunaga’s Bond film will come out in 2020. His other credits include the first season of “True Detective” on HBO and the Netflix series “Maniac.”

Turkish-American developer Murat Agirnasli and his partners filed a $149 million offering plan for the 54-unit condo project at 570 Broome Street last year. He purchased the parcels from Gary Barnett’s Extell Development and a private seller in 2014 for $31 million. [NYP] – Eddie Small


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