Ukrainian model Alina Baikova lists NYC home for $1.37M
Ukrainian mannequin Alina Baikova is listing her Greenwich Village pad for $1.37 million — barely down from its $1.5 million asking value in Might.
Baikova, who has 3.6 million followers on social media, is utilizing her platform to talk out in opposition to Russia’s warfare in Ukraine. She has helped hundreds of Ukrainian refugees flee the war-town nation and is planning a fundraiser for Save Ukraine this September with fellow supermodel Petra Němcová who, Baikova says, helps raise her spirits to maintain combating when she feels hopeless. “We’re at present on the lookout for a restaurant to host the occasion,” Baikova advised Gimme Shelter.
Her household continues to be in Ukraine. “I’m so proud to be Ukrainian and by no means gave up my passport,” she mentioned. On social media, Baikova wrote: “I like my Nation and my coronary heart is damaged of what’s occurring in it … My life seems to be glamorous, however inside I’m lifeless.”
Baikova purchased the one-bedroom, one-bath stunner, which was transformed from a studio, at 250 Mercer St., between West Third and West Fourth streets, for $999,000 in 2016. That was above its $899,000 ask. (Baikova first listed it for $1.3 million in 2019.)
The co-op is in a former cast-iron manufacturing unit that was in-built 1890.
The sunny loft comes with 11-foot ceilings, wooden floors, a wall of home windows — and a wall of closets — together with a restored prewar column.
Constructing facilities embody a rooftop deck, a courtyard, a backyard, a laundry room, a motorbike room and storage.
The itemizing dealer is Keren Ringler of Douglas Elliman.