Ex-Good Morning America anchor Amy Robach and husband Andrew Shue sell NYC co-op for $5.1M
Street view of 59 Barrow Street © Google
Former “Good Morning America” anchor Amy Robach and her husband Andrew Shue have sold their West Village apartment for $5,100,000, according to property records. The estranged couple put their co-op at 59 Barrow Street on the market last September and the property entered contract in November, just before news broke of Robach’s relationship with co-anchor T.J. Holmes. Records show the deal closed at the end of February.
The full-floor apartment has three bedrooms and two baths, with an open layout great room with 12-foot ceilings and a bonus loft space. Measuring roughly 2,350 square feet, the home underwent a recent renovation, which included the brick-lined kitchen with high-end appliances.
The co-op building at 59 Barrow Street has just seven units and sits on a quintessential West Village block, between Bedford and Bleecker Streets.
Robach and Shue paid $4,012,500 for the home in 2018, according to property records. They listed it for $5,200,000 in September 2022.
Robach’s affair with Holmes, who is also married, was made public last December after photos of the pair getting close in upstate New York surfaced online. After pulling them from the air, ABC News fired both of the reporters in January.
[Listing details: 59 Barrow Street, Apartment 3 at CityRealty]