Things are looking more and more desperate for poor old 351 Riverside Drive. The 12,000 square foot mansion originally hit the market in 2006 asking a solidly pre-recession $31,000,000. After a drawn out series of pricechops, it's now asking $20,000,000. Maybe the latest $5 million cut (making a grand total of $11M) will finally do the trick. A little trivia: the 41' house was built 1909 by the designer of Carnegie Hall, William Tuthill. The seller is a Columbia professor, but it looks like he doesn't use the place as his full-time residence. Perhaps being north of 96th Street will be the mansion's burden to bear, now and forever.
· Listing: 351 Riverside Drive [BHS]
· 351 Riverside Drive [Streeteasy]
· $25M Riverside Drive Mansion Makes Annual Return to Market [Curbed]