Andy Cohen Picks Up Fourth Co-op in West Village Building, Is Now Neighbors With Sally Field

Posted On Tue, September 22, 2015 By

Posted On Tue, September 22, 2015 By In Celebrities, Recent Sales, West Village 

The “Real Housewives” franchise must be doing well, because Bravo brainchild Andy Cohen has picked up a fourth apartment in his West Village building, 2 Horatio Street. And his latest buy, a $900,000 studio, makes him next door neighbors with none other than Sally Field, reports Variety. According to the source, Cohen’s other real estate holdings in the pre-war co-op include a high-floor studio that he bought in 2003 for an unknown sum, a not-contiguous two-bedroom unit on the same floor that he bought in 2010 (and which was photographed for the New York Times) and another two-bedroom, directly above the one previously mentioned, for which he shelled out $2.6 million in 2014. His most recent acquisition is directly next door to the 2014 pad. Though this sounds a bit like a game of Jenga, we’re sure there’s a method to the reality guru’s madness.


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The studio is quite unassuming, but with a separate kitchen area and entryway, feels larger than most. It also has three closets, two of which are walk-ins, a queen-sized Murphy bed, and large street-facing windows.

Listing was not marketed publicly

[Via Variety]


Interior photos via a 2010 listing by ROOM Real Estate

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