Meatball Shop Founder Michael Chernow's Williamsburg Apartment Finds a Buyer

The kitchen boasts an all-white palette with granite countertops.Michael Chernow, co-founder of the Meatball Shop empire, has found a buyer for the Williamsburg condo he shared with his wife, model Donna Hemmingsen. The apartment hit the market asking $1.1M in May and entered contract shortly thereafter.

The all-white apartment is bathed in natural light and features an open floor plan with soaring ceiling heights. There is a spacious kitchen with white cabinetry and top-of-the-line appliances as well as a planted terrace off the great room. Although the apartment is a legal one-bedroom, one-bathroom, Chernow and his wife split the master bedroom during renovations to include an additional sleeping area. A dramatic spiral staircase off the kitchen leads to the roof deck.

Halstead’s Ari Harkov, Warner Lewis and Ashley Clark had the listing. The New York Post reported the sale.  

The light-filled great room has a painted white parquet floor. The dining room looks into the kitchen. The bright and airy master bedroom. The roof terrace is spacious enough for al fresco dining. The roof terrace.