David Duchovny sells UWS co-op for $6M

Actor listed 320 Central Park West unit for $7.5M in 2021

320 Central Park West in Manhattan NYC and actor David Duchovny
320 Central Park West in Manhattan NYC and actor David Duchovny (Google Maps, Getty)

The truth is out there for “The X-Files” actor David Duchovny, but he may not be able to handle it.

Duchovny sold his co-op at 320 Central Park West for $5.7 million, public records show. The buyer couldn’t be determined, but is a revocable trust.

The final price came in below what Duchovny hoped to fetch for his 19th-floor unit at The Ardsley. The unit listed in 2021 for $7.5 million, according to Realtor.com, nine years after the actor purchased it in 2012 for $6 million.

The Upper West Side pad has three bedrooms and three bathrooms. The unit comes with a private elevator and features unobstructed views of the Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Reservoir from the living room, where there’s also a fireplace and private terrace.

The 22-story, 201-unit building comes with perks beyond the apartment. Amenities include a 24-hour doorman and concierge, fitness center, playroom, library, storage room, bike room and laundry room.

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Douglas Elliman’s Jamie Mitchell, who had the listing, did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

The deal was filed the same day as another sizable co-op sale tha took place across town. Hedge fund manager Randy Smith — founder and chief of investments at Alden Global Capital — sold a co-op unit at 605 Park Avenue to Richard Attias — former chairman of PublicisLive — for $13.5 million.

The 5,400-square-foot unit was on the market for roughly three months, according to StreetEasy. The triplex penthouse has five bedrooms and three-plus bathrooms. There’s a wrap terrace, a private terrace off the main bedroom and a curved staircase leading down to a lower level, which features a media room, wet bar, kitchenette and washing machine. The building also features a gym and storage rooms.

The sale went into contract at the end of last year, asking $15 million. It came on to the market in September at $17.5 million. Douglas Elliman’s Ann Cutbill Lenane had the listing.

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