Having sold off his almost-landmarked Spring Street townhouse to a condo developer, Beastie Boy Adam Horovitz was free to move on up. Uptown, that is, to Chelsea, where Ad-Rock and feminist punk musician wife Kathleen Hanna just bought a two-bedroom, three-bath converted loft at 129 West 22nd Street. The Real Estalker reported the sale, which hasn't formally hit public records yet. The L-shaped, 2,500-square-foot co-op, which wanted $2,950,000 (though we don't know the closing price), lingered on the market for about a month and a half before Horovitz and Hanna snatched it up. Given former bandmate Mike D's artsy-classy-indie Cobble Hill townhouse and wallpaper-designing credentials, Horovitz definitely has some catching up to do, interiors-wise. And hey, Adam Yauch had a Brooklyn Heights park renamed in his honor after a fan-driven campaign. But Horovitz, you can have Manhattan.
· Listing: 129 West 22nd Street #10A [StreetEasy]
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