Considering all of the things that this five-bedroom co-op at 1 Lexington Avenue has going for it—location; a coveted key to Gramercy Park; lovely pre-war details; and, oh yeah, the fact that it most recently belonged to Uma Thurman—it's no surprise that it sold quickly.
According to the New York Observer, the apartment is already in contract, less than two months after it hit the market for $6.25 million. The fact that Thurman gave a candid interview to the New York Times about her former home surely helped; she told the Times, "There was a gravitational pull to it that’s special even after I moved to a bigger space. It’s a very special building with special residents."
Thurman, meanwhile, has moved on to an even more exclusive address (yes, more exclusive than a building fronting Gramercy Park): She's moved to the $10 million abode she purchased in Midtown's tony River House complex in 2013.