Tony Shalhoub, who stars as Maisel’s father on “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel,” is on the transfer. The actor is promoting his Twelfth-floor co-op at 15 West 81st St. on the Higher West Facet for $4.5 million.
Shalhoub purchased the condo in 2016 for just below $4 million, based on the itemizing dealer James Foreman of Brown Harris Stevens, and lives there along with his spouse Brooke Adams, who’s an actress and painter.
The property is in a constructing from 1930 and was designed by the famend architect Emery Roth, behind high-profile tasks such because the San Remo, one of many metropolis’s ritziest co-ops, and The First Hungarian Reformed Church on East 69th Road.
Spanning round 1.850 sq. toes, Shalhoub’s condo is a basic 5 and has two bedrooms, two full bogs and a half bathtub. Foreman says that it sees an abundance of sunshine all through the day.
Lots of the authentic architectural particulars are nonetheless intact all through the house, however they’ve all been resorted. They embody chrome steel and glass kitchen cupboards, moldings, doorknobs, herringbone patterned oak flooring and the basket-weave mosaic flooring within the bogs.
“The attractive structure that’s been fastidiously up to date is what makes the condo so particular,” mentioned Foreman.
Different options embody a semi-private elevator touchdown, spacious bedrooms with giant closets, a sprawling lounge with French doorways and a pantry with a washer and dryer. After which there’s the showpiece of a 60-foot-long terrace with authentic ironwork railings and open views of town; the terrace’s aspect views of Central Park are additionally an attraction.
Facilities within the co-op itself embody a health club, bike room and kids’s playroom
Foreman can not disclose why Shalboub and Adams are promoting the property.