Director Brian De Palma Shaves the Price of His NYC Apartment to $1.95M – News

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Hollywood director Brian De Palma is trying out a new number on his Manhattan home near Washington Square Park.

His Greenwich Village pad has been on and off the market for more than a year, asking for about $2 million.  And now, the director of such acclaimed films as “Scarface” and “The Untouchables,” has reduced the price by $50,000.

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The two-bedroom, two-bath apartment is now available for $1,950,000.

Will this reduction do the trick? Take a look and decide for yourself.

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Though small in size, this pre-war gem oozes charm with its high ceilings, large windows, and spacious living and dining area.

The unit is in a building that was once a part of Washington Mews, which is a century-old cobblestone street that’s home to a number of carriage houses and private dwellings.

The layout features the bedrooms at separate ends of the apartment, allowing for lots of privacy for each set of sleepers. The open kitchen includes an island and a good bit of counter space.

The apartment’s southern exposure allows natural light to stream in. The location is just steps from New York University’s main campus and the lively scene of Greenwich Village, an iconic part of the Big Apple.

De Palma, 83, is known for his thriller, crime, and horror movies. He also directed “Carlito’s Way,” the original “Carrie” (starring Sissy Spacek), and “Mission: Impossible.” His last film, “Domino,” came out in 2019.

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