Three Townhouses at 36-40 West 10th Street to Be Transformed Into Single-Family Mansion, Greenwich Village

36-40 West 10th StreetPresent-day 36-40 West 10th Street. Photo via the New York Post.

Media billionaire Sean Parker, of Naptster fame, has acquired, for an undisclosed amount, the five-story townhouse at 36 West 10th Street, in Greenwich Village. Parker also currently owns the five-story townhouse at 38 West 10th Street and the three-story townhouse at 40 West 10th Street. He plans to combine the three properties into a single-family mansion, the New York Post reported. The townhouse in the latest acquisition is currently under renovation and was set to be marketed for roughly $22 million. The assemblage is located within the Greenwich Village Historic District, which means the Landmarks Preservation Commission must approve any exterior alterations.

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2 Comments on "Three Townhouses at 36-40 West 10th Street to Be Transformed Into Single-Family Mansion, Greenwich Village"

  1. A single family-mansion, I never heard this type of building before or I forgot. (Don’t worry about it)

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