These are some of the most notable resi sales of the week

Former HUD secretary bought in Brooklyn

TRD New York /
Jan.January 18, 2019 02:45 PM

Shaun Donovan’s house at 139 Bond Street in Brooklyn and 75 Warren Street

Over the past week, New York City saw plenty of eye-catching residential deals. Take Shaun Donovan and Liza Gilbert: the former HUD secretary and his landscape-designer wife picked up a carriage house in Brooklyn for $2.3 million. And one hedge fund co-founder passed on his Lenox Hill coop to another hedge funder — for $9.5 million.

53 Warren Street

But those weren’t the only transactions this week. Here’s are some other notable sales from around the city.

Source: A TRD review of public records filed with the New York City Department of Finance from Jan. 11 to Jan. 18.

      1. Treacy Gaffney, formerly a portfolio manager at GoldenTree Asset Management LP, and her husband Todd Gaffney took a price cut when they sold their Tribeca townhouse at 75 Warren Street for $12.95 million. Per StreetEasy, the home was listed in June for about $15.75 million. Curbed New York reported that in 2015 it was on the market for a smidge under $20 million. The buyer was anonymous, 75 Warren Street Holding, LLC.
      2. Jeisa Chiminazzo, a Brazilian model, sold a two-bedroom Tribeca apartment for $2.9 million. The buyer of 53 Warren Street, #4 was listed as Meredith Dawson. Chiminazzo has been on many international Vogue covers and modeled for fashion designers like Victoria’s Secret, DKNY and Alexander McQueen. Douglas Elliman had the listing.
      3. Sirius XM exec Dara Altman and husband Michael Lennon sold their three-bedroom, 2,000-square-foot space in the Fitzgerald at 201 West 74th Street for $4.8 million. The buyers were listed as Elisabetta Bartoloni and Andrew Castaldo. The Corcoran Group’s Laurie Lawrence had the listing.

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