Eli Bush, of Scott Rudin Productions, has produced such acclaimed movies as the Girl with the Dragon Tattoo and Captain Phillips, as well as the first 16 episodes of the Newsroom. And now he’ll be living in a West Village pad that could easily serve as the NYC home of one of his main characters. According to city records, Bush purchased a home on West 11th Street for $1.75 million. The one-bedroom co-op is a triple-mint, top-floor duplex with access to the private roof–the perfect place to shoot a quintessential city scene.
The 885-square-foot home was renovated in 2013 and now boasts a cozy, contemporary design that includes beamed ceilings, a wood-burning fireplace, exposed brick, and custom built-ins.
Black subway tiles steal the show in the chef’s kitchen, which also comes complete with teak upper cabinetry, stainless steel lower cabinetry, butcher block countertops, and Marvel wine coolers. Other selling factors include porcelain mosaic tiles and Barcode marble floors in the master bath; giant wardrobe closets with overhead storage in the bedroom; and a full-sized washer and vented gas dryer. So, the next time you see an Eli Bush-produced film, look out for this charming pad in the background.
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Neighborhoods : West Village