Vogue's Grace Coddington Buys in Chelsea
  • Longtime Vogue creative director Grace Coddington is leaving her West Village apartment for a more fashionable loft in Chelsea. The two-bedroom duplex at 313 West 22nd Street—for which Coddington paid $1.925 million—features 20-foot ceilings and French doors opening onto a landscaped terrace.
  • Terrence McNally, the famed playwright responsible for such Broadway hits like Frankie and Johnny in the Clair de Lune, has sold his East Village apartment at 29 East 9th Street for $1.495 to Sam Shahid, the former Mirabella artistic director and founder of Shahid & Company.
  • Altria CEO Louis Camilleri paid $5.2 million for a penthouse apartment at 650 Sixth Avenue, the new loft-style condo conversion in Chelsea.
  • Novelist John Ridley and his wife Gayle paid $6.65 million for a three-bedroom apartment at 15 Central Park West. In addition to 2,242-square-feet of living space, the Stray Dogs author will also get to enjoy a massive terrace with unobstructed views of Columbus Circle. [TRD]
  • Former Islanders star Alexei Yashin has put his Old Westbury mansion on the market for $11 million. The 9,200-square-foot manse has six bedrooms, a tennis court, and an elevator. [Newsday, Shawn Elliot Luxury Homes]
  • UBS exec Ramesh Singh and his wife Farida Kahn have closed on a 7,324-square-foot duplex at 823 Park Avenue for $20 million. [TRD]