Alec Baldwin Sells One of His Devonshire House Apartments for $2.1M

Posted On Fri, September 18, 2015 By

Posted On Fri, September 18, 2015 By In Celebrities, Greenwich Village, Recent Sales

We’ve started to wonder what ever happened to Alec Baldwin’s grand exit from NYC (remember that NY Mag article/tirade?), but city records released today show he’s finally sold one of his Devonshire House apartments, so perhaps his move to LA has commenced. Baldwin owns a penthouse in the Greenwich Village building, a unit next door, and the recently unloaded eighth-floor one bedroom. He bought this last unit in 2013 for $2.25 million, listed it in March for $2.35 million, but only sold it for $2.1 million (maybe he really wants to get out of here).

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The listing states that the 840-square-foot apartment “was completely renovated in 2012 by the building’s developer and rarely used by its owner.” It has four-inch oak flooring, solid core doors, and a windowed eat-in kitchen outfitted with high-end fixtures.

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Baldwin, who in June had his second child with wife Hilaria, still has a ways to go before he’s totally home free from the Devonshire House. He bought the massive penthouse for $11.7 million in October 2011. It was listed as a $30,000/month rental this past May, but taken off the market in just four days. In June 2012, Hilaria bought the unit next door in her name. This one never listed publicly, so we wouldn’t be surprised if the couple ended up combining the units in an attempt to make a mega sale.

[Listing: 28 East 10th Street, 8C by Scott Stewart of the Corcoran Group]

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* Interior photos are from the 2013 Douglas Elliman listing

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