Park Imperial

Celebrities, Cool Listings, Midtown West

Park Imperial, Chris Meloni, 230 West 56th Street, NYC celebrity real estate

Everyone’s favorite “Law & Order” hunk is looking to ditch NYC for good. Christopher Meloni left the incredibly popular television show in 2011 after a 12-year run, relocating with his family to a home in the Hollywood Hills. The following year, he put his 3,000-square-foot, three-bedroom Park Imperial condo on the market for $12 million, but after failing to get the asking price, he settled on renting it out for the past several years. Now it’s back, asking a significantly reduced $8.95 million (he bought the Midtown West pad for $5.45 million back in 2005), reports the Wall Street Journal.

See what Meloni has to say about his condo

Real Estate Wire

puff daddy nyc, p diddy nyc, park imperial
  • Puff Daddy, P. Diddy, Sean Combs—whatever you want to call him—has re-listed his 2,292-square-foot Park Imperial loft for $7.9M. The new listing sees a $500K price reduction. [Curbed]
  • New York is lagging other major cities in its pace of residential construction. Permits for 17,995 new housing units were issued in 2013—a little more than half of the units authorized in 2008. [WSJ]
  • More New Yorkers are installing solar panels. The number of installations in Con-Ed serviced areas doubled last year alone. [WSJ]
  • Fearing the loss of below market-rate apartments at Stuyvesant Town-Peter Cooper Village, the de Blasio administration has reached an agreement to extend talks with CWCapital to find a way to preserve the complexes’ affordable units. [TRD]
  • Moinian Group is expected to file for permits to break ground on its 66-story West Side tower just north of Hudson Yards. [Crain’s]

P. Diddy’s digs (left); Solar array (right)

Celebrities, Interiors, Midtown West, Recent Sales

Deepak Chopra, 230 West 56th Street, Park Imperial, Deepak Chopra apartment, Deepak Chopra apartment interior, Deepak Chopra bedroom

Deepak Chopra has finally been able to free himself of the mediocre, non-wellness oriented piece of real estate he once called home. After spending $14.5 million on a Greenwich Village apartment built for a hypochondriac – the space has antimicrobial coating on high-touch surfaces and EMF shielding to protect residents from electromagnetic fields – he has finally managed to get rid of the germ-soaked two-bedroom unit his lesser-evolved self once appreciated.

Take a look inside the Park Imperial Pad here

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