Former Urban Outfitters CEO Glen Senk and his husband Keith Johnson are still trying to sell their Greenwich Village townhouse two years after first listing it on the market. At that time, the stunning Anglo-Italianate townhouse was on the market for $17 million. A little less than two years later, the ask has now come down to $12.8 million.
The couple previously reduced the ask to $14.95 million in December last year, but a buyer still didn’t come forward. The couple has now moved from Corcoran to Douglas Elliman to sell the five-story townhouse.
They carried out a two-year renovation on the property, and the results of that were featured in a Harper’s Bazaar profile back in 2014. Some of the standout features of the home include the soaring ceilings, the lovely fireplaces spread out throughout the house including in the master bathroom, the landscaped backyard, the Art Deco bar, and the spacious kitchen, which features heated floors and marble counters.
In all, the townhouse measures just under 5,000 square feet and has four bedrooms and four and a half bathrooms. Will this latest price cut finally help the townhouse find a buyer?