Thursday, March 15, 2012

Why Faye Dunaway could be your new neighbor

[Faye photo from 1977 via]

The Post notes today that Faye Dunaway looked at renting an apartment at 300 E. Fourth St. (She recently lost the sweet deal on her Upper East Side rental.)

Anyway, we took a look at the listing for 33o E. Fourth St. The one-bedroom unit between Avenue B and Avenue C is going for $2,800.




Per the listing:

This 1-Bedroom, 1-Bathroom with additional oversized sleeping / storage loft features soaring ceilings, exposed brick, hardwood floors, a king-sized bedroom and open kitchen. The sleeping / storage loft is large enough for a king-sized bed as well! 300 East 4th Street is an intimate co-op featuring a laundry room, elevator, and spectacular landscaped roof deck.

Plenty of room to showcase an Oscar!

Or whatever crap that you have. There's an open house Saturday from noon-1 p.m.

11 comments:

abrod said...

Enough room for an Oscar, but would it be a good place to have a baby? And does the listing describe the neighbors, and any strange rituals they may practice?

Hey19 said...

Im not very good at this rent spotting stuff, but this seems really big to me to go for 2,800. Either that, or I am getting ripped off, or both.

Anonymous said...

abrod, are you mixing up Faye Dunaway and Mia Farrow? Instead you might want to ask her if she going to share the apartmant. "Yes, with my daughtere, with my sister, with my daughter..."

Anonymous said...

@anon 10:43

Just to let you know your comment resulted in me spitting hot coffee all over my monitor. I think it was worth it though!

Marty Wombacher said...

Hopefully there’s no wire hangers in the closet!

abrod said...

@anon 10:43
haha you're right I am! My bad.

Anonymous said...

That would be a really, really strange corner for a movie star to live. Yeah, nice apartment, but she'd be right next to a housing project and across the street from Fine Fare supermarket. I mean, not that I don't love that corner, but it's not exactly glam, despite Bedlam bar's best efforts to hip up the block.

Glenn Belverio said...

I see Faye as more of a Key Food gal than a Fine Fair shopper--especially since Key Food now has glamorous new parquet floors and a chic yogurt and hummus VIP room.

Crazy Eddie said...

Doesn’t any real estate marketing strategy believe in carpeting anymore for Manhattan apartments? You do realize that the sounds of fucking stomping heels and other obnoxious noises goes right through to the tenant below. If you think I exaggerate, “Curb Your Enthusiasm” had this issue (Michael J. Fox as the protagonist) as the main topic recently on one of the NYC based shows.

Glenn Belverio said...

Carpets are petit-bourgeois and suburban.

melaniemusings2 said...

I really like the bathroom.