Beverly Sills’s Co-op on the Market46 EAST 65TH STREET - $20,000,000152 West 122nd Street, a turn-of-the-century 5-story townhouse - Sold

Beverly Sills’s Co-op on the Market

Beverly Sills (May 25, 1929 – July 2, 2007) was an American operatic soprano, called "America's Queen of Opera" by Time Magazine. Known as "Bubbles" to her fans, she was the face of opera for millions through her public performances, recordings and broadcasts during a singing career of more than four decades. Click to read more

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46 EAST 65TH STREET - $20,000,000

46 East 65th Street was erected in 1916 and previously served as the residence of Franz Waxman, a legendary composer best known for his work in Hollywood cinema. His film scores include The Bride of Frankenstein, Rebecca, Sunset Boulevard, A Place in the Sun, Stalag 17, Rear Window, Peyton Place, The Nun's Story, and Taras Bulba. He received twelve Academy Award nominations and won two Oscars as well as a Golden Globe Award.

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152 West 122nd Street, a turn-of-the-century 5-story townhouse - Sold

7W at 237 Lafayette Street, a sprawling downtown loft, to Winston Marshall, who is a member of the Grammy Award winning British folk rock band Mumford & Sons. Here is an article about the sale that was published in Billboard:

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