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  1. Tribeca Film Festival chief wants out of $4M Central Park condo

    03.29 / 23:47 nypost.com NYPost-RealEstate
    As the Tribeca Film Festival fast approaches — this year’s events begin on April 19 — Gimme Shelter brings you a listing at 25 Central Park West owned by film industry veteran Geoffrey Gilmore, creative director of Tribeca Enterprises, which operates the company’s domestic and international events. Before that, he was director of the Sunda…
  2. Original ‘Chelsea boy’ Stanley Bard’s UES co-op for sale

    03.29 / 23:47 nypost.com NYPost-RealEstate
    Part-owner and manager of the city’s iconic bohemian crash pad, the Chelsea Hotel, the late, great Stanley Bard was a true gentleman. The city, and the world, was a better place with him living in it. He was Gimme Shelter’s landlord when we lived at the famed 23rd Street building, and we loved him dea…
  3. There’s nothing hippie-dippy about this Birkenstock heir’s $9M penthouse

    03.29 / 23:47 nypost.com NYPost-RealEstate
    Alex Birkenstock, heir to the Birkenstock shoe company fortune, has re-listed his Setai penthouse at 40 Broad St. in the Financial District for $8.99 million. Birkenstock purchased the fabulous apartment in 2011 for just under $6 million and originally put it back on the market for $13 million in 2014. (It has also been…
  4. I’ll rent what she’s renting! Meg Ryan scopes out West Village townhouse

    03.29 / 23:47 nypost.com NYPost-RealEstate
    Now that Meg Ryan has put her stunning three-bedroom Soho loft on the market for $10.9 million, as we previously reported, she has been spotted house-hunting with her teenage daughter, Daisy. One place they looked at was a $28,000-a-month townhouse rental in the West Village at One Morton Square — an apartment and townhouse development. “There is an…
  5. Everything you know about the Village is wrong

    03.29 / 23:47 nypost.com NYPost-RealEstate
    April Fool’s Day, a holiday dedicated to all things phony, is a great time to explore the Village, where many of the stories linked to famous former residents are, alas, pure hokum. Right now, many buildings on the sales and rental markets in Greenwich Village — and its adjacent West and East Villages — come…
  6. Kirsten Dunst cuts price of SoHo penthouse to $4.5M

    03.29 / 20:07 nypost.com NYPost-RealEstate
    The star trimmed the price of her fashionable SoHo loft apartment by a half-million dollars despite it only being on the market for little over a…