The Post reports that Schwimmer was spotted checking out at a unit in the almost-finished condoplex at 64 E. First St. between First Avenue and Second Avenue. (Maybe he will be neighbors with Seth Rogen.)
This sighting comes following the announcement last week that he and his wife Zoe Buckman are separating.
Per his spokesperson: "He is always looking at interesting investment opportunities in New York." (Interesting!)
The Post's Jennifer Gould Keil recaps the Sixth Street Schwimmer timeline:
He destroyed the 19th-century home at 331 E. Sixth St. months after the city told him it was slated for landmark status ... The property had, in fact, been one of the oldest on the block. Schwimmer paid $4.1 million for the old house in 2010.
In 2011, the city’s Landmarks Preservation Commission sent him two notices stating that it could get landmark status by 2012. But Schwimmer razed the home in the fall of 2011, earning him the wrath of neighbors and preservationists.
Noted not cool.
[Photo from August 2013 via EVG reader Marc]
Previously on EV Grieve:
Is David Schwimmer the 'Friends' star who now owns the demolished 331 E. Sixth St. townhouse?
Outrage over total demolition of historic East Sixth Street townhouse
Here is David Schwimmer's East Village home
Report: David Schwimmer's surveillance footage helps NYPD in male prostitute stabbing