From Broadway to the red carpet and the courtroom, these celebrity owners have used their money to invest in New York City real estate — and now they are ready to sell (hopefully for a profit).
The Scottish actor, most recently known for his role as Eli Gold in “The Good Wife,” as well as his numerous other film, TV and stage credits — including his Tony award-winning performance in “Cabaret” — currently has his East Village home on the market.
Located at 297 E. 10th St., the full-floor four-bedroom co-op overlooks Tompkins Square Park.
"It's an amazingly charming home,” said broker Noble Black, of Douglas Elliman. “You can hear birds chirping, there are green leafy views from every window including over Tompkins Square Park, beautiful prewar details, a gorgeous wood-burning fireplace and a layout that’s perfect for entertaining. It's a truly special apartment.”
Oscar-nominated actress Jessica Chastain is also selling her downtown residence — located at 250 Mercer St. in Greenwich Village.
The listing for this two bedroom, two bath, describes it as “renovated” and “turn-key ready” with “pre-war charm.”
Chastain’s duplex also features 10.5’ ceilings, a wood-burning fireplace and oak circular staircase. The second floor’s master bedroom has “open city views” and a “massive” cedar closet.
The home is also available for rent: $7,995 furnished or $8,450 unfurnished.
The Carhart Mansion penthouse, at 3 E. 95th Street on the Upper East Side, was reportedly put up for sale in 2014 by fashion designer Tamara Mellon.
According to the New York Times, the Jimmy Choo founder bought the place in 2008 for $21 million. She put it on the market five years later for $34 million.
Currently listed at $27 million, the duplex features five bedrooms and four-and-half baths in 7,140 square feet. There is direct elevator access opening to a large center hall gallery with herringbone oak floors; a custom fitted windowed dressing room; and wraparound terrace. The landmarked building also boasts a limestone facade with carved panels.
Marc Bern and the law firm he founded has made headlines for representing 9/11 first responders and those affected by the Flint water crisis.
His 944 Park Ave. penthouse is now on the market for $11,995,000.
The 10-room residence takes up the entire floor and 3,400 square feet. Features include wood floors, high-beamed ceilings, a wood-burning fireplace, oversized windows and Central Park views.
Another notable person of the courtroom, Miriam Cedarbaum’s name may not be recognizable, but some of the defendants over which she presided are. She was the judge for the notorious Martha Stewart trial, as well as the trial of attempted Times Square bomber Faisal Shahzad.
A federal judge for the Southern District of New York, Cedarbaum died in February at the age of 86.
Her 201 E. 62nd St. home is now listed for $1,990,000, and is described as a “spacious classic 6.” There is also a windowed eat-in kitchen with washer/dryer, and three bedrooms — all have en-suite bathrooms with soaking tubs.
The building additionally has a full-time doorman, elevator staff and health club.