Designer Michael Kors has had a busy month—selling a Manhattan apartment on the eve of New York Fashion Week.
Mr. Kors sold the 2,200-square-foot rooftop unit for $7.625 million at The Greenwich—a century-old department store in Greenwich Village converted into 67 luxury condominiums in 2001, according to city property records.
He sealed the off-market deal on Feb. 5, the day before New York Fashion Week commenced. The buyer is listed in records only as a limited liability company, EDHNY LLC.
Mr. Kors, 58, bought the home in 2006 from comedy talk show host Jon Stewart for nearly $4 million, according to property records.
Photos from Mr. Stewart’s time show a vast outdoor terrace covered with plants spanning more than 1,500 square feet. At the time, the home was fashioned as a one-bedroom, two-bathroom apartment, according to a former listing with Douglas Elliman.
The designer, who put on a fashion show for his fall 2018 ready-to-wear collection on Valentine’s Day, never publicly listed the property. That leaves details of how Mr. Kors decorated and updated the unit to the imagination.
But the 12-story building boasts high ceilings ranging from 11 to 14 feet, open kitchen floor plans with fireplaces, maple cabinetry and granite countertops, according to a description of the building on StreetEasy.
Building amenities also include a doorman, gym and children’s playroom.
An email sent to Mr. Kors’s eponymous company was not immediately returned.
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