Magazine article Variety

Rob Marshall Scoops Up New Gotham Co-Op

Magazine article Variety

Rob Marshall Scoops Up New Gotham Co-Op

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Thanks to observant real estate canary Polly Wannacracker, we learned that Tony- and Oscar-nominated and Emmy-winning stage and screen director Rob Marshall and his producer life partner John DeLuca shelled out almost $4.4 million for a carefully renovated co-operative apartment in a desirable prewar boutique building just off lower Fifth Avenue in the swanky heart of New York City's Greenwich Village. The three-bedroom and two-bathroom apartment carries hefty maintenance fees of more than $3,200 per month, according to marketing materials, and features an entrance gallery that does double duty as a library, with floor-to-ceiling bookshelves and a living/dining room with classic moldings, a marble-manteled fireplace and French-door access to a small terrace. The separate kitchen is generous for lower Manhattan, and expensively outfitted with flannel Greystone countertops and an immodestly costly imported range that our rudimentary calculations reveal would require a New York state minimum-wage worker more than 777 pre-tax hours to pay for. …

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