Newly single David Schwimmer was seen checking out a $3.3 million apartment in the East Village‘s boutique condo building 64 East 1st Street. While bachelor pad initially comes to mind, a spokesperson for the actor told the Post, “He is always looking at interesting investment opportunities in New York.” Schwimmer is not necessarily a welcome neighbor, however; in 2010 he bought a 19th-century townhouse on Tompkins Square Park (one of the oldest on the block) for $4.1 million, but the following year he destroyed it after the Landmarks Preservation Commission told him it was headed for landmark designation.
As 6sqft previously reported, the building offers six, “full-floor, two-bedroom units with large open layouts (with faux-ceiling rafters), each equipped with some kind of outdoor space.” Each residence is about 2,000 square feet, save for the sixth-floor duplex with a private rooftop terrace. They all have private keyed elevators and are wired to use smartphone-based video technology. Amenities include a workout room on the first floor and a virtual doorman.
The unit Schwimmer toured is on the second floor and boasts a 23′ x 23′ great room with floor-to-ceiling casement windows, a sleek kitchen with quartz counters and high-end appliances, an in-unit washer/dryer, and a home office that’s convertible to a third bedroom.
Four of the other units in the building, including the $3.8 million penthouse, are currently in contract. This past November, Seth Rogan and his wife Lauren Miller scoped out the third-floor apartment.
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Neighborhoods : East Village