In the 1990s, Ohio native Sarah Jessica Parker rose to fame for portraying fiction writer Carrie Bradshaw, who lived in the West Village, in “Sex and the City.”
In real life, Parker — who briefly dated John F. Kennedy Jr. in the early 1990s — lived in the famous Collect Pond House, a 12-story Beaux-Arts building in Tribeca that dates to 1909.
Now this former home – a top-floor pad, which has since been combined with a second unit below – is offered as a sparkling duplex penthouse. It’s on the market for $5.5 million, down from its July request of $5.85 million.
Fast forward to today, Parker and her husband Matthew Broderick own a double-wide mansion in the West Village. But this old Tribeca home at 366 Broadway isn’t too shabby.
It is crowned by a spectacular landscaped rooftop terrace of over 1,000 square feet, featuring an outdoor kitchen, entertaining spaces, and panoramic city views – from the Woolworth Building to the Empire State Building. The four-bedroom, four-bathroom spread — adorned with interiors by Cheryl Eisen’s Interior Marketing Group — is anchored by a staircase designed by architect Stephen Wanta.
The residence also includes details such as 10+ foot high ceilings, hardwood floors and striking arched windows. The residence features a 45-foot-long great room, as well as a chef’s kitchen with breakfast nook, home office, and dining room.
The master bedroom on the lower level features a custom Carrie Bradshaw walk-in closet and a spa-like bath. There is also a guest suite with a private entrance, a third bedroom with plenty of closet space, a media room and a laundry room.
Parker sold his unit to the current owner in 1999, sources tell Gimme.
“She left behind an antique clawfoot tub in the bathroom and unique dark wood and glass kitchen cabinets that we believe were made from cabinets salvaged from a downtown cigar store” , our source said, adding that the seller still has them. storage. Parker also installed “a staircase to the roof. It was a long staircase that ran up almost the full width of the north wall, but it’s not currently part of the apartment,” our source added.
IMG’s interiors focus on a neutral color palette and abstract works by in-house artists to make the home stand out.
The building, which was once the headquarters of the Royal Typewriter Company and housed textile manufacturers before being converted to cooperatives in 1979, recently underwent a seven-year restoration.
The property includes a shared roof and bicycle storage. The renovated lobby features double-height marble walls and a wrought-iron staircase.
The listing brokers are Claudia Saez-Fromm of Corcoran, her husband Mark David Fromm and Gianna Vigliotti.