A 1960s apartment in the coronary heart of Greenwich Village is on the market for $1.65 million. It can be been owned by the very same girl ever given that it was designed.
Positioned in Village House Condominium, the two-bedroom condominium was owned by the late Sonja Alaimo, her mate and trustee John McIntyre instructed Insider.
Alaimo, who died earlier this year, acquired the assets with her late partner in 1968, soon soon after the making was created in 1967, per residence documents.
“She has been residing in the house since it was crafted,” McIntyre explained. “Her partner died in 1998 and given that then, she’s been living there on your own.”
The apartment was initially detailed for sale for $2.3 million in Oct 2015, prior to it was taken down in April 2016, per listing records.
Alaimo had planned to market the apartment back again then, but pulled the plug on the listing when she realized that she was not prepared to give it up, McIntyre added.
The apartment was stated yet again in early January for $1.75 million, before it was reduced to $1.65 million in late January two months just after Alaimo’s death.
Fred Cargian from Cocoran Group retains the listing.