On the Dubbel
Award-winning starchitect Winka Dubbeldam, who designed the gorgeous, glassy, 11-story 497 Greenwich St., otherwise known as the Greenwich Street Project, has just put her sixth-floor home there on the market for $2.35 million.
Dubbeldam had previously been more interested in renting her condo, sources say, although it had briefly been on the market in 2010 for $2.39 million. The two-bedroom, 1 1/2- bathroom unit is 1,661 square feet with high ceilings, an open layout and sliding doors.
The doorman building, with a penthouse owned by artist Cindy Sherman, includes a gym, screening room, wine cellar, pool and Zen garden. There’s even a guest-suite duplex and 24-hour concierge.
One reason we love Dubbeldam: In one interview, she lists books as the most underrated object. “I still like their physical presence and having a wall full of them to browse,” she said.
Listing broker Jason Walker of Prudential Douglas Elliman declined to comment.
One pricey downtown condo is getting its share of close-ups.
Model Angela Martini, Albania’s representative in the 2010 Miss Universe competition, shot a video for her new Martini Bikini swimsuit collection at a 4,700-square-foot penthouse at TriBeCa’s 200 Chambers St. The unit, listed by Platinum Properties, is on the market for $17.995 million and features Andy Warhol and George Condo art, Marilyn Minter photographs and furniture including a $63,000 de Sede sofa. Also included is a $50,000 antique chandelier, which fashion designer Betsey Johnson swung from during a recent photo shoot.
Hot-shot real estate lawyer Adam Leitman Bailey — known largely for lawsuits he’s filed against condo buildings — dining at STK Midtown.
Irving Schneider, the 91-year-old real estate mogul and philanthropist, is still wheeling and dealing. Schneider, a longtime business partner of Harry Helmsley, just sold his high-floor co-op at 880 Fifth Ave. for $5.9 million — well above its $5.495 million asking price.
The three-bedroom, three-bathroom, 3,500-square-foot co-op is in an exclusive Emery Roth-designed, 21-story building that dates back to 1948. Schneider currently resides in Palm Beach, Fla.
The buyers are insurance executive Francis Mitterhoff and his wife, Charlotte, who purchased a lower-floor unit in the same building in 2005.
Listing broker Jacky Teplitzky of Prudential Douglas Elliman declined to comment.
We hear . . .
That multiple potential buyers are lining up to see Katy Perry’s $2.75 million TriBeCa penthouse at 65 N. Moore St., where showings began on Wednesday. The two-bedroom, two-bathroom, 1,500-square-foot unit is still described as a “romantic duplex” in the listing despite Perry and Russell Brand’s divorce. Prudential Douglas Elliman broker John Prince could not be reached for comment . . . That socialite Michelle-Marie Heinemann just bought her second apartment at 923 Fifth Ave. for $1.85 million . . . That Silverstone Property Group’s Martin Nussbaum bought the 17-story residential building at 247 E. 28th St. from Samson Management’s Arnold Goldstein for $53 million. Broker Steven Vegh of Multi Investment Group represented both sides of the deal . . . That 322 Meadow Lane in Southampton closed last week for $28.5 million. The 9,000-square-foot, six-bedroom, 6 1/2-bathroom mansion was listed for $32 million.