Now that green lifestyle expert Danny Seo has launched his eponymous magazine, “Naturally, Danny Seo,” the editor-in-chief is selling his Pennsylvania home and moving full-time to New York.
It’s a move that will reduce his carbon footprint while he’s in the city working on the magazine. Seo’s Bucks County home was featured in the first issue of his magazine this summer as well as in Dwell.
The 2,824-square-foot home, at 2681 Dark Hollow Road, is on 2.81 acres and on the market for $750,000. Set on a wooded hillside, it features glass walls, 18-foot ceilings and a river stone-floored foyer.
Built in 1970 above a rock-bed stream, the home’s floor-to-ceiling stone fireplace and chimney is its “heart,” according to the listing.
The brokers are Michael Richardson and Hellen Cannon, of Kurfiss Sotheby’s International Realty.
Sax and the city
David Sanborn, a star saxophonist and six-time Grammy winner, has sold his brownstone at 135 W. 69th St. for $11 million — a million bucks off its 2013 asking price.
The four-story, 19-foot-wide home boasts five bedrooms and three-plus bathrooms. There’s also a chef’s kitchen, multiple woodburning fireplaces, a terrace and a private garden — as well as a separate recording studio on the top floor.
Sanborn has collaborated with the likes of David Bowie, the Rolling Stones, Paul Simon, Stevie Wonder and Eric Clapton.
The listing brokers, Tom Postilio andMickey Conlon, of Core, declined to comment.
As creative director of fashion brand Cynthia Steffe, Suwha Hong has created a distinct style.
Now Hong can transfer that style to the new $5 million Upper West Side home at 112 West 88th St. that she bought with her husband, Timothy Weld, a principal at StepStone Group.
Listing brokers Susanne Columbia and Todd Vitolo of Corcoran declined to comment.
That NYC developer Property Markets Group is putting a 12,000-gallon shark tank in its South Florida luxury condo, Echo Brickell.
The tank, designed by SeaVisions, will house different types of sharks and serve as a “refuge” for displaced sharks, rays and groupers.
Residents will be able to check in to a live 24/7 streaming video of life in the tank.