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.
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.
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Neighborhoods : Greenwich Village