Movie star Gina Gershon has sold her Manhattan duplex located at 200 11th Avenue for $8.2 million. She had sought $8.5 million for it.
Gershon lived there with her boyfriend DEDON outdoor furniture brand founder Bobby Dekeyser.
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Leonard Steinberg and Herve Senequier of Urban Compass had the listing.
With more than 100 acting credits under her belt in television and movies including “Face Off” and “Rescue Me, ” Gershon has proven herself to be one of those top notch actresses who makes her mark since people always recognize her when she comes on screen. Unfortunately, the daughter of a Jewish family from Los Angeles has never reached the level of fame as her many co-stars like John Travolta and Dennis Leary.
Located on the sixth floor of the building, the apartment has 2, 391 square feet, three bedrooms and three and a half bathrooms. The apartment comes with 23 foot high ceilings, Hudson River views and teak floors.
The building has 16 duplex apartments over 19 stories and was built in 2007.
Nicole Kidman, fashion mogul Domenico Dolce, and Picasso’s granddaughter, Diana Widmaier-Picasso all have apartments in the building.
Located in New York’s West Chelsea neighborhood, a former industrial zone and home to many art galleries, the building has a contemporary design that echoes tradition. The base is designed to connect it to its surroundings by reflecting the low-rise scale and through a material palette (terracotta cladding and blackened steel window frames) that matches the masonry façades and industrial details of neighboring buildings.
Seldorf Architects, who designed it, states on its website that, “Terracotta, traditionally used as architectural ornament in New York during the 19th century, is applied to the base but with a contemporary expression. Above the plinth, the tower energizes the neighborhood with a new architectural expression: the metallic sheen and curvilinear forms of its custom-fabricated stainless steel rainscreen. The 16 units are configured as duplexes—a strategy which increases building height in order to maximize river views. Inside, a double-height living space gives each unit the feel of a private home. Interiors are modern, but also recall the tradition of prewar buildings with tall ceilings, graceful proportions, and casement windows.”