Hudson Yards architect’s Southampton home lists for $2.99M

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Jan.January 16, 2019 11:16 AM

Alexander Cooper, an architect who designed Hudson Yards and the expansion of the Museum of Modern Art, has put his Southampton home on the market for $2.99 million, according to the New York Post. The 2,000-square-foot home at 659 Hill Street is relatively modest compared to some of Cooper’s urban planning projects such as Battery Park City and the Times Square Theater District. The home, which property records show was purchased by Cooper for $1.25 million in 2013, has three bedrooms, two-and-a-half bathrooms, an open living-dining area and a partially finished basement. Built in 1920s, it was fully renovated and has a gourmet kitchen with new appliances. Priscilla Garston of Douglas Elliman has the listing. [New York Post]


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