God Is Here to Answer Your Questions

Brian Moylan · 11/08/11 11:45AM

Have you ever suffered some tragedy and screamed out loud, "Why, God? Why?" Finally you'll get a chance to ask him in person, or at least over the internet. And he'll answer! The Almighty himself will be here in the comments of this post, taking your questions.

God Really Did Create Adam and Steve

Brian Moylan · 10/11/11 04:33PM

We've all heard members of the religious right rambling their silly, anti-gay slogan, "God made Adam and Eve, not Adam and Steve." Well, on this National Coming Out Day, God is coming clean and admitting they're wrong: He did, in fact, create Adam and Steve.

Vogue's Grace Coddington Sells Village Apartment

cityfile · 06/18/09 07:35AM

Vogue creative director Grace Coddington has sold her West Village apartment nearly a year after picking up a loft in Chelsea. The buyer of the condo, which Coddington bought back in 1987: Josephine de la Baume, the model, actress and girlfriend of Mark Ronson, who paid $1.45 million for the 1,100-square-foot apartment. [Cityfile]
• Investor Derek Quinlan has lowered the price of his mansion at 20 East 64th Street. The 13,000-square-foot home, which Quinlan bought from investment banker Roberto de Guardiola and his wife Joanne for $26.25 million in 2006 and put on the market with Dolly Lenz and Monique Silberman for $37 million in April, is now priced at $32 million. [NYP, PDE]
• Roxanne Quimby, co-founder of Burt's Bees, has picked up a pied-à-terre. The Maine-based entrepreneur paid $1.025 million for a one-bedroom condo in the Printing House building at 421 Hudson Street. [Cityfile]

Daily Show Producer Finds a Buyer

cityfile · 04/28/09 07:31AM

Daily Show executive producer David Javerbaum and his wife Debra have gone into contract to sell their two-bedroom apartment at 144 West 18th Street. The Emmy-accessorized, third-floor spread, which went on the market for $1.9 million last July and has since undergone three price cuts, was most recently listed at $1.55 million. [Cityfile, Core]
• Media investor Michael Chambers, a son of Raymond Chambers, the co-founder of Wesray Capital and a former owner of the Nets, has paid $2.75 million for a two-bedroom loft at 140 Thompson Street. [Cityfile]
• After more than a year on the market, fashion designer Adrienne Vittadini has finally sold her 4,500-square-foot house in Water Mill. The five-bedroom home, which Vittadini listed for $7.6 million in 2007 and later dropped to $6.495 million in 2008, sold for $5 million. [Newsday]

Private Equity Investor Sells, Record Exec Buys

cityfile · 01/05/09 08:31AM

• Christopher Mahan, a managing director at the private equity firm AEA Investors, has sold his 15th-floor apartment at 140 East 63rd Street (left) for $8.4 million. [Cityfile]
• Peter Edge, the president of A&R at J Records, paid $4.4 million for a townhouse at 735 Washington Street in the West Village. [Cityfile]
Daily Show executive producer David Javerbaum and his wife Debra have lowered the price of their two-bedroom apartment in Chelsea for the second time since listing it in July. It's now on the market for $1.7 million. [NYT, Core]

Daily Show Producer Buys in Chelsea

cityfile · 10/07/08 08:59AM

Daily Show executive producer David Javerbaum and his wife Debra paid $3.65 million for a fifth-floor apartment in the Yves Chelsea at 127 Seventh Ave. [Cityfile]
♦ Italian mogul Piofrancesco Borghetti paid $9.7 million for a three-bedroom apartment on the 32nd floor of 15 CPW. [Cityfile]
♦ Och-Ziff CFO Joel Frank is also buying in at 15 CPW. He paid $9.4 million for a 3,333-square-foot pad. [Real Deal]
♦ Citigroup exec Leonard Ellis and his wife Nicole, who recently picked up a condo at 101 Warren Street, have sold their previous residence, a seventh-floor loft at 245 Seventh Avenue, for $2.35 million. [Cityfile]