Divya Narendra, portrayed in ‘The Social Network,’ sells NYC home
Divya Narendra, a businessman whose story was a part of “The Social Community” movie, has bought his Tribeca loft for $6.17 million, based on metropolis property data.
The 4,400-square-foot two-bedroom rental at 44 Laight St. is on a coveted cobblestoned block — and is already back on the market as a $29,995-a-month rental.
Again in 2004, Narendra — together with Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss — sued Mark Zuckerberg for alleged mental property infringement, i.e., allegedly stealing their concept to create Fb. Narendra, a co-founder of HarvardConnection — later named ConnectU — can also be the co-founder of SumZero, a web based collaboration platform for buyers, whereas the Winklevoss twins famously grew to become Bitcoin billionaires.
Narendra and his partner, Phoebe White, left the town through the pandemic — and rented this unit for $19,995 a month to Canadian hockey star P.Okay. Subban, now a free agent defenseman who previously performed for the New Jersey Devils. Narendra and White are constructing a household residence in Greenwich, Connecticut.
There has already been rental curiosity within the loft from a number of unnamed TV stars, based on itemizing dealer Erin Lichy, of Douglas Elliman. Lichy advised Gimme Shelter she’s renovating it for the present proprietor, whom she describes as a “savvy New York investor” — therefore the $10,000-a-month hire enhance.
The loft additionally has a earlier celeb historical past. Narendra purchased the house for $6.28 million in 2014 — down from its unique 2013 ask of $6.57 million — from “Associates” star David Schwimmer, who had undertaken a stellar intestine renovation with stylish design particulars.
The sprawling dwelling, with gorgeous arched brick home windows and cast-iron columns, comprises a discreet candle-lit music and meditation house for 2 nestled behind the mattress within the main bed room. There’s additionally a big glass-enclosed pod in the course of the good room that homes the bogs, the laundry room and a house workplace. As well as, there’s a customized 16-foot inexperienced onyx and metal island with plenty of storage and a hidden pop-up swivel TV within the open kitchen. Lastly, a visitor bed room with its personal kitchenette and lobby has its personal separate entrance.
The house additionally comes with its personal parking spot.
The constructing was a former warehouse and transformed to condos in 2001.