John Legend, Chrissy Teigen snap up another Nolita penthouse

Celeb couple paid $8M for another home at 374 Broome Street

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Mar.March 31, 2020 10:29 AM
Chrissy Teigen and John Legend with 374 Broome Street (Credit: Karwai Tang/Getty Images; Google Maps)

Chrissy Teigen and John Legend with 374 Broome Street (Credit: Karwai Tang/Getty Images; Google Maps)

John Legend and Chrissy Teigen have scooped up a second penthouse in their Nolita building.

The celeb pair dropped $7.7 million for another penthouse at the Brewster Carriage House, property records filed Tuesday with the city show. The couple had previously shelled out just over $9 million for another penthouse in the building, where at one point they owned a one-bedroom apartment.

The attorney who signed the deed as Teigen and Legend’s representative declined to comment.

The prior owner, Nicolas Poitevin, scooped up the pad in 2013 for $6.7 million. A message sent to what appears to be Potevin’s LinkedIn account was not immediately returned.

Legend and Teigen’s new abode spans almost 3,500 square feet on the fifth and sixth floors of the building, while their current penthouse measures over 2,600 square feet across the rest of the sixth floor. Both penthouses also have access to the building’s roof.

The latest penthouse, PHB, appears to have been marketed as PHN on StreetEasy. It first hit the market in September for $8.5 million, but the price was cut two months later to around $8 million. The couple went into contract on the home in December and closed on the deal about two weeks ago.

Tom Doyle of Sotheby’s International Realty was the listing agent. He also declined to comment.

The Brewster Carriage House sits on the corner of Mott Street at 374 Broome Street. The 19th-century building was once home to Brewster & Co., a carriage manufacturer. Developer Ross Morgan picked up the building in 2005 to convert into a luxury residential building.

Write to Mary Diduch at md@therealdeal.com


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