Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards and his wife, model Patti Hansen, bought the penthouse at 1 Fifth Avenue for $10.5 million back in 2014. Putting meaning to “You Can’t Always Get What You Want,” the legendary musician has now listed his Greenwich Village digs just two years later for $12.23 million, reports Curbed.
The four-bedroom duplex is the result of a 2011 overhaul by architect Joe Serrins, who combined three units in the Gold Coast building to create the super-contemporary spread. It boasts three setback terraces flanking a 46-foot-long entertainment space, leather-wrapped bronze stair handrails, two bedroom wings, and a sliding wall to keep the library private or open.
1 Fifth Avenue was one of the first Art Deco towers in the city, designed in 1929 by Harvey Wiley Corbett. Located just north of the Washington Square arch, the full-service co-op offers a full-time doorman, laundry, and storage, and allows pied-à-terres and pets.
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Photos courtesy of Sotheby’s
Neighborhoods : Greenwich Village