Designer Jonathan Adler sells NYC duplex for $4.6M

Real Estate

Interior decorator/potter Jonathan Adler and his spouse, fashion commentator Simon Doonan, the creative ambassador at large for Barneys, have sold their Greenwich Village prewar duplex for $4.6 million

The three-bedroom, three-bathroom home on East Ninth Street, just off of University Place, was last asking $5.25 million.

It comes with a $7,158 monthly maintenance fee — and was on the market for a mere 77 days, according to StreetEasy. 

The fun, quirky, yet elegantly eclectic and colorful, co-op looks like a Jonathan Adler museum.

It opens to a formal foyer that leads to a living room with 16-foot ceilings, a window wall, fireplace and Juliet balcony. An elegant formal dining room comes with coffered ceilings and French doors that open to another balcony. There’s also a chef’s kitchen and a main floor primary bedroom with 18-foot ceilings, a fireplace, and a large dressing room.

Building amenities include a landscaped roof garden.  

The listing brokers are Douglas Elliman’s Mary Anne Cotter and Matthew Mackey. Brown Harris Stevens brokers Rajan D. Khanna brought the buyer, who did not want to be named. 

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