Yankees Commentator and Former Pitcher David Cone Scores $8M Greenwich Lane Pad

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Posted On Tue, April 19, 2016 By In Celebrities, Greenwich Village, Recent Sales

David Cone, former MLB pitcher (you might remember that perfect game he threw for the Yankees in ’99) and current Yankees commentator for the YES Network, has scored an $8.1 million apartment at the Greenwich Lane, according to city records. This is slightly up from the $7.97 million ask. The four-bedroom spread takes up more than 2,800 square feet and features a private balcony, beamed ceilings, northern and southern exposures, and a luxurious master suite.

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As previously reported by the Post, Cone has been renting a $25,000/month townhouse at the SoHo Mews from Russian actress Elena Zakharova, as he recently sold his former four-bedroom spread at The Lucida on the Upper East Side. He bought it in 2011 for $3.76 million and sold it for $5.9 million in March.

[Listing: 160 West 12th Street, 44 by Corcoran]

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