Who bought Shiv’s brownstone in “real life”?

“My sister’s brownstone is not included in the deal,” Kendall told Lukas Matsson on the latest episode of Succession. In real life, the apartment was actually for sale and a week ago it went off the market. Value? Six million dollars. Bargain for Lukas, right?

The property where they filmed the series and which was the main stage of yet another brilliant episode is located in the spectacular Tribeca district, with a 360o view. which includes the Brooklyn Bridge, East River, One World Trade, 30 PP, Woolworth Tower, 56 Leonard, Hudson River, The Chrysler Building, and Empire State Building.

The apartment is on the 26th floor in a 1930’s building, which was converted to a condominium in 2002 and has four bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, an industrial-style chef’s kitchen, a laundry room, and 35 windows, among other amenities. Full-service 24-hour service features three renovated fitness areas, a new kids’ playroom, a teen media room, a meeting room, a bike rack, on-site storage, and a landscaped rooftop deck with panoramic views stretching out to the top. from the Hudson River to the Brooklyn Bridge. Wow. All he needed was almost six million dollars.

Of course, in Succession, the apartment is a triplex (actually a loft) which puts the value at least 3 times higher but it is still incredible! For fans of the series who are scheduled to travel to NY, the historic building is on the corner of Chambers Street in front of City Hall Park.

By the way, there is an interesting tour of millionaire properties because many of the scenes are recorded in loco, not in a studio, which makes everything very interesting. In Season 3, it was Kendall’s ex-wife Rava’s apartment that caught the eye. The property was also for sale at the time, for 23 million dollars. We managed to “enter” it because Kendal used the apartment as his area to plot a new coup attempt against his father. And it’s next door to Shiv because it’s also in Tribeca and another historic building, the 1913 Woolworth Building. After the 2015 renovation, the condo has amenities like a 50-foot lap pool, which was once Frank’s private pool. W. Woolworth.

And how can you forget Kendall’s own brownstone on the Upper East Side? It was for sale for 29 million dollars and is located at 180 East 88th Street, The penthouse has 5 bedrooms, several outdoor spaces, a private elevator to reach the three floors and an exclusive outdoor space on the roof, and an incredible view of Central Park, just a few blocks from the Guggenheim Museum.

Perhaps Axelrod and Carrie Bradshaw can cross paths with the Roys in the Big Apple. Mere mortals? Just drool…


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