Sex and the City Star Cynthia Nixon Snags Light-Filled East Village Apartment for $1.49M
Sex and the City star Cynthia Nixon and her wife Christine Marinoni just snagged a charming East Village co-op for $1.49 million, reports Curbed. Fellow SATC alum Michael Growler (he worked as a dresser on both movies) and his husband Bill Bowers are co-owners of the apartment, which was listed with Sotheby’s International Realty’s Faye Homayouni.
It’s a three-bedroom, one-bathroom corner unit in the sought-after Ageloff Towers, which sports a marble-lined art-deco lobby and desirable amenities. Inside, the apartment is airy and light-filled, with pre-war details evident in the original beams and molding and herringbone wood floors. The entry foyer leads to a spacious living room and master bedroom, which all feature high ceilings and plenty of natural light. Two additional bedrooms are both generously sized with plenty of closet space. Though the current configuration features a Pullman (read: very narrow) kitchen, the listing boasts that it could be easily expanded to full size.
Contact: Faye Homayouni at Sotheby's International Realty, sothebyshomes.com
The living room is spacious and light-filled.
The Pullman kitchen could be expanded to full size.
The apartment has both southern and western exposure.
The building's lobby has art-deco detailing.