Listing images by DDreps, courtesy of Compass; Photo of Lena Dunham via Wiki Commons
Lena Dunham was over her Williamsburg pad almost as soon as she bought it, but selling it has taken quite a bit longer. Dunham bought the three-bedroom condo at 60 Broadway for $2.9 million in April 2018, several months after she broke up with Jack Antonoff—who kept the Brooklyn Heights apartment they had shared—and first listed it just three months later for a marginal profit, at $3,000,000. It disappeared from the market shortly after 6sqft first reported the listing, and now it’s back under a new brokerage and with new, fully-furnished listing images. Dunham’s latest real estate moves include buying homes in Los Angeles, an apartment in the West Village, and working on building a small house on her parents’ Connecticut compound. With all that in the works, the actress seems more motivated than ever to officially part ways with Brooklyn, and she’s willing to settle for a deeply discounted $2,650,000 (h/t Observer).
The corner loft comes with stellar views of the Manhattan skyline, the Williamsburg and Manhattan Bridges, and the East River. Recently renovated by architect David Bers, the pristine loft features loads of custom built-ins—including a cool library complete with a custom ladder—and storage options. The space has 13-foot ceilings throughout, oversized windows, and a gas fireplace in the living room.
The open gourmet kitchen features Carrara marble countertops, along with Sub Zero, Wolf, and Bosch appliances.
The master bedroom suite boasts a raised platform bed, a large walk-in closet and a master bathroom clad in marble and millennial pink walls.
There are two additional bedrooms that get southern exposure and another full bathroom.
The unit comes with a Bosch washer/dryer, central air and automatic blinds for the windows.
The Gretsch is a full service white glove condominium featuring a 24 hour doorman, live in manager, library lounge, roof deck, and bike storage.
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Listing images by DDreps; courtesy of Compass
Neighborhoods : Williamsburg