Alec and Hilaria Baldwin continue house hunt with $16.6M Nomad condo

Posted On Thu, September 22, 2016 By

Posted On Thu, September 22, 2016 By In Celebrities, Cool Listings, Nomad

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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

[Listing: 212 Fifth Avenue, 17A by Town Residential]

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  • FCENNO

    who wrote this story?? The Freedom Tower really?? FYI it’s called One World Trace Center.

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