Hartnett's Pad Sells; Newhouse Heir Buys

cityfile · 11/24/09 08:58AM

• The Soho loft that Josh Hartnett lived in until recently (and reportedly trashed before moving out) has a new owner. Music executives James Dowdall and Rose Noone sold the apartment at 237 Lafayette Street to banker Rory Keane for $2.030 million. [Cityfile]
• Samuel I. Newhouse IV, the grandson of Condé Nast chief Si Newhouse (and participant in Jamie Johnson's Born Rich), is moving to Tribeca. Newhouse picked up a "zen-like" loft at 55 North Moore Street for $2.465 million. [NYO]
• Hedge fund mogul Bill Ackman has found a buyer for his 3,000-square-foot co-op at the Majestic. The three-bedroom apartment, which went on the market for $10 million in April, was listed for $7.9 million when it went into contract earlier this month. He's still looking for someone to pay $950,000 for his 322-square-foot "guest suite" in the building, though. [Curbed, PDE]

Price Cut at River House, Harnett Home Hits the Market

cityfile · 07/29/09 07:26AM

• Arlene Farkas, the ex-wife of real estate heir Bruce Farkas, has dropped the price of her 14-room duplex at the River House, which she first put on the market in November for $15 million after a state appeals court turned down her ex-husband's appeal to retain ownership of the apartment. The co-op is now listed for $13.5 million. [Cityfile, BHS]
• The apartment where Josh Hartnett had been living until recently is up for sale (or rent). The 2,200-square-foot pad at 237 Lafayette Street, which is owned by music execs James Dowdall and Rose Noone, is available for $2.1 million. Or you can rent it for $7,995 a month. [NYO, Citi Habitats]