Carly Simon Relists NYC Apartment



Source: Wikicommons

Source: Wikicommons

The third time’s the charm. At least that’s what singer-songwriter Carly Simon is hoping.

Simon relisted her apartment for $2.495 million over the weekend. According to The Real Estalker blog, Simon first listed the duplex back in 2008 at $3.85 million. In 2010, she stuck the home back on the market for $2.975 million. Now she’s looking to sell again, and with rising median home prices, Simon’s apartment may finally snag a buyer.

Located in the West Village at 46 Commerce St #3-4, New York, NY 10014, Simon’s co-op unit is in a desirable corner building that holds only three residences. Built in 1817, the co-op is just “steps from” Hudson River Park and world-class restaurants.

The 2-bedroom, 2-bath home includes two wood-burning fireplaces, hardwood flooring, exposed brick walls and high ceilings. Despite the original charm of the apartment, the home has been renovated and its kitchen has custom built-ins and cabinets.

Simon, best known for her chart-topping single “You’re So Vain,” was the first singer to have won a Grammy, Academy Award and Golden Globe for a song by a single artist.

Listed by Nick Gavin of The Corcoran Group, a monthly payment on the home would be $8,930, assuming a 20 percent down payment on a 30-year mortgage and calculated with current mortgage rates.


View Comments