Povero & Company

August 23, 2022

Neil Patrick Harris and David Burtka fetch $6.99M for five-story townhouse, a new record for Harlem

Neil Patrick Harris and David Burtka sold their Harlem home earlier this year for $6,990,000, setting a new townhouse record for the Manhattan neighborhood. The couple picked up the property at 2036 Fifth Avenue in 2013 for nearly $3,600,000 and conducted a thorough renovation of the historic home, which was constructed in 1908 as a bed and breakfast. The new neighborhood record breaks the one set in April by the home at 32 Mount Morris Park, which sold for $6,400,000.
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May 25, 2022

Neil Patrick Harris and David Burtka sell Harlem townhouse listed for $7.3M

Neil Patrick Harris and David Burtka found a buyer this month for their five-story Harlem townhouse, which first hit the market last August for $7,325,000. As first reported by the New York Post, the home at 2036 Fifth Avenue is in contract for more than $7,100,000, likely setting a new record for a townhouse sale in the Upper Manhattan neighborhood. The home, constructed in 1908 as a bed-and-breakfast, measures 8,000 square feet and 20 feet wide.
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August 20, 2021

Neil Patrick Harris and David Burtka list their five-story Harlem townhouse for $7.3M

Neil Patrick Harris and David Burtka are selling their five-story townhouse in Harlem for $7,325,000. The couple paid $4,000,000 in 2013 for the 19th-century home at 2036 Fifth Avenue, which was renovated by interior designer Trace Lehnhoff in collaboration with architecture firm Povero & Company. Designed for entertaining, the five-bedroom townhouse has a theater, music room, wine cellar, a rear garden, third-floor deck with an outdoor jacuzzi, and an irrigated rooftop.
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December 4, 2015

Truffles Privé Redefines the Meaning of Eclectic With an Opium Bed and Lockers for Booze

Located in northern Tribeca, just across from Hudson River Park on the border of Soho, the Truffles Privé is a 7,000-square-foot private club attached to two large full-service apartment buildings. Back in 2009, this exclusive and beautifully decorated club helped to rent 90 of the 291 apartments in just six weeks after being on the market with no advertising. The interior design was the result of a collaboration between interior architecture firm Povero & Company and the design team lead by David Cafiero. The details that make up this interior are an eclectic combination of intelligent curation and out-of-the-box creativity.
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