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Cynthia Nixon sells longtime NYC loft for $3.5M

They are saying nothing lasts without end — and that features condo deeds. 

Cynthia Nixon, 55, and her spouse, activist Christine Marinoni, have bought their Greenwich Village condo for $3.59 million, in response to property information.

The four-bedroom, three-bathroom Bleecker Road unit was solely formally in the marketplace for 20 days earlier than being nabbed.

The “true loft within the absolute coronary heart of Noho” encompasses a 20-foot-long lounge overlooking Elizabeth Road via three outsized, westward dealing with home windows in addition to a lobby and huge eating room. 

The principle bed room has a walk-in closet and en suite tub “as giant as one can get in a NYC condo” and features a clawfoot tub, double vainness separate bathe and tile work, in response to the itemizing.

The opposite three bedrooms and two newly renovated bogs are positioned throughout the condo, on its jap facet. 

The couple purchased the co-op condo in 2012.
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Christine Marinoni and Cynthia Nixon are leaving Noho for Kips Bay.
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Nixon leaves the condo throughout her gubernatorial candidacy in 2018.
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The sale comes a 12 months after the pair purchased a townhouse in Kips Bay.
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The kitchen has ample counter house and high-end home equipment together with Viking range, Bosch dishwasher and Subzero fridge. 

All through there are 10-foot ceilings, central air and “tons” of closets in addition to laundry. 

The constructing is a 23-unit co-op full with furnished and grill-equipped roof deck, bike storage, laundry room, non-public storage locker and “digital doorman.” Month-to-month upkeep is slightly below $4,000 a month, in accordance to StreetEasy. In 2018, the unit subsequent door hit the marketplace for $2.2 million.

The gubernatorial contending “Intercourse and the Metropolis” star and LGBTQ rights activist had owned the unit since 2012, in accordance to The New York Times, which first reported on the sale.

The couple are actually shifting uptown: Final 12 months, they closed on a four-story Kips Bay townhouse on East thirty second St., bought for $4.4 million. 

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