Michael C. Hall image via Wikimedia Commons.
The iconic El Dorado seems to have retained some of its celebrity cachet despite the decampment of Alec Baldwin and Bruce Willis; the New York Post reports that Michael C. Hall of “Dexter,” “Six Feet Under” and David Bowie’s “Lazarus” fame just snagged a 10th floor apartment at 300 Central Park West. The Golden Globe winner and his wife Morgan paid $4.3 million for a newly-renovated 2,200 square-foot two-bedroom unit in the Emery Roth-designed co-op, according to city records. The Golden Globe-winner also owns a two-bedroom apartment in the pricey Greenwich Lane complex at 160 West 12th Street which was on the rental market last year for $15,000 a month.
The couple’s new pad in the Upper West Side Art Deco landmark begins with a semi-private landing, which leads into a 29-foot-long gallery. The living room has a wood-burning fireplace and enviable park views.
A feast-ready dining room opens to an eat-in kitchen outfitted with Miele appliances, a monumental Garland range and brushed stainless steel countertops. A washer and dryer are tucked conveniently in a nearby pantry.
A recent gut renovation replaced vintage casement windows, updated the apartment’s mechanicals and restored historic details including original Emery Roth/Morgan and Holder polychromatic ceramics in the bathrooms.
The building’s white glove amenities include a full-time doorman, a concierge, a fitness center, a playroom, a basketball court, a bike room, and an on-site garage.
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Images courtesy of Douglas Elliman.