Alec Baldwin drops $1.3M on third apartment in Greenwich Village’s Devonshire House

Posted On Wed, September 27, 2017 By

Posted On Wed, September 27, 2017 By In Celebrities, Greenwich Village, Recent Sales

Devonshire House via CityRealty; Alec Baldwin via Gage Skidmore/Flickr

It’s like musical chairs for Alec Baldwin and his apartments at the Devonshire House. He bought the Greenwich Village building’s penthouse for $11.7 million in October 2011; in June 2012, his wife Hilaria bought the unit next door in her name; and the following year, they scooped up an eighth-floor unit for $2.25 million. Two years ago, however, Baldwin sold this last apartment at a loss for $2.1 million, and this past May, he also unloaded the Eldorado apartment he shared in the ’90s with ex-wife Kim Bassinger, both transactions leading many to believe the Emmy-winning Trump portrayer would be departing NYC. But Mansion Global now reports that he’s bought another Devonshire unit for $1.3 million. It’s on the same floor as his other two units, so it’s likely that he’ll combine the three into one massive spread.

Alec and Hilaria welcomed their third child a year ago, around which time they were spotted house hunting downtown, first checking out a $16.5 million Chelsea penthouse and then a $16.6 million apartment in Nomad’s recent condo conversion 212 Fifth Avenue. But it looks like in the end they decided to stay put and expand at the Devonshire House.

The sale was off-market, but Mansion Global received word from a source with knowledge of the deal. Though no details are available on the unit, we do know that the 4,137-square-foot penthouse has four bedrooms, four-and-a-half bathrooms, and two terraces, and the other unit on the floor is 840 square feet.

[Via Mansion Global]


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