It’s been just 10 days since Alec and Hilaria Baldwin welcomed their third child together into the world, but they’re wasting no time continuing the hunt for a larger home to accommodate their growing brood. After touring a $16.5 million Chelsea penthouse at the beginning of the month, they’ve now set their sites on a similarly-sized, $16.6 million spread at Nomad’s 212 Fifth Avenue, reports the Post. The 1912 neo-Gothic buiding sits at the northwest corner of Madison Square Park, and the four-bedroom unit that caught the couple’s eyes boasts soaring ceilings, three exposures with views south to the Flatiron building and Freedom Tower, a marble-floored entry foyer, and a twelve-foot-long Calacatta gold marble kitchen island.
As 6sqft reported when sales launched last November:
All homes boast multi-zoned heat and air, vented kitchens and bathrooms and smart home technology. Interior finishes were created by renowned designers Pembrooke & Ives and include eight-foot doors, book-matched marble, solid oak floors and custom cabinetry.
Building amenities include a fitness center with an adjacent yoga studio (likely a selling point for yoga instructor Hilaria), kids’ playroom, screening room, residents’ lounge with catering kitchen, and valet parking.
The Baldwins currently live in a $12 million apartment in Greenwich Village’s Devonshire House, but it only has three bedrooms. Alec also owns the unit next door, and as 6sqft reported, he sold another one-bedroom in the building for $2.1 million last September.
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- Alec Baldwin Sells One of His Devonshire House Apartments for $2.1M
- Listings Launch for Nomad’s 212 Fifth Avenue Condo Conversion
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