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Chloe Sevigny’s Former East Village Digs Return For $2.2M

Curbed // Jun 15, 2015

The garden-level co-op once owned by East Village defector Chloe Sevigny is looking for a new owner, 6sqft reports. The sellers, noted tech power couple Halle Tecco and Jeffrey Hammerbacher, are attempting to unload the apartment at 119 East 10th Street for $2.2 million. Tecco and Hammerbacher purchased the cozy one-bedroom, once described by Sevigny as “womb-like” because of its low ceilings and wood-burning fireplaces, for $1.76 million from the actress in 2011. The couple saw through a nine month renovation that enlarged the kitchen into part of the backyard, turned a hallway closet into a laundry room, and added a new shower to the hallway bathroom, all detailed in a fawning feature on Apartment Therapy.


Sevigny says she left the East Village behind for a “classic six” bordering Prospect Park in search of a living arrangement less governed by co-op bureaucracy, but not too long after selling expressed to The Daily Beast that she missed all of the East Village’s “weirdos.”


Tecco and Hammerbacher haven’t expressed why they’re movin’ on, but it’s probably not for the same reasons as the actress; everyone knows the East Village that Sevigny is sentimental for is dead anyway.

Original Article: Curbed