NYC Celebrity Homes
Celebrity home tours and celebrity homes for sale in New York City.
The illusionist lived in the 113th Street townhouse for 22 years.
The house was previously owned by authors Martin Amis and Isabel Fonseca.
It’s among the last of the late philanthropist’s properties in NYC to hit the market.
It’s a dream townhouse, but has yet to find a buyer
The apartment in the exclusive Campanile co-op hit the market in March, and found a buyer a month later.
The 7,200-square-foot penthouse is now on the market for $26 million.
Lance Armstrong and Liza Minnelli have also called this Central Park apartment home.
The cosmetics giant recently parted ways with her Walker Tower apartment for $10.6 million.
The actor has described the apartment as ‘bohemian old-world rustic chateau with a taste of baroque."
Yurman paid $3M more than the asking price when he purchased it in 2015.
Frankel first listed the two-bedroom condo in February for $5.25 million, but it hasn’t had any takers.
The podcasting star purchased the home in 2012, and had a recent run-in with the condo board.
Its past tenants include an artist, a Victoria’s Secret model, and a member of the Strokes.
The apartment was originally asking $13.7 million in 2014, and eventually sold for $9 million last month.
The Mad Man is renting out his well-lit two-bedroom
The home got a gut renovation nearly a decade ago, but also has a less-than-pleasant past.
The actor and his wife purchased a larger duplex near Washington Square Park in 2016.
The legendary star of stage and screen may have once called this $10M apartment home.
The enormous six-bedroom home is the most expensive home sold in Park Slope, and once belonged to Jennifer Connelly.
After more than 25 years, the renowned artist has decided to part ways with his pied-a-terre. Artwork is not included (unfortunately).
The combo pad owned by Gandolfini’s ex is on the market for $7.5 million.
The listing comes at the same time she and beau A-Rod are rumored to be house hunting.
The jewelry designer is moving in with her partner, Foreigner guitarist Mick Jones.
The legendary rock-n-roll guitarist and wife Patti Hansen first listed the apartment in March 2016 for $12.23 million.
The Oscar-winner gives Architectural Digest a tour of her "delightfully, unapologetically normal" digs.
The Madison Square Park Tower developer bought the condo from the famed twins in 2010, but is seeking a tidy profit on the place.
Multiple sources saw the former first couple checking out a storied Upper East Side building.
The apartment hit the market for $11.5 million in July, and entered contract in August.
After a brief hiatus, the apartment is back on the market—and it’s gotten a pretty decent discount.
The corner unit at One Beacon Court was part of the Knowles-Carter’s expanding real estate portfolio.
Between the 30 Rock actor and his wife, Hilaria, the Baldwins now own three apartments in the Greenwich Village condo.
Jon Bon Jovi is trading one pricey apartment in a much-lauded West Village development for another.
The "catwoman," as she is known, first listed the 5,160-square-foot apartment in January for $12.95 million.