Jerry Stiller And Anne Meara’s UWS Home In Contract With $5M Order

Upper West Side home where the late Jerry Stiller And Anne Mira They raised their children, Amy and The son ofIt entered into a contract after entering the market for $5 million in July.

At that time, Ben – who is it Working on a documentary About his late parents who will include his childhood home at 118 Riverside Drive – He told the New York Times, He remembers Thanksgiving dinner with Rodney Dangerfield and other gatherings with guests including William Hurt, Sylvia Miles and Francis Ford Coppola. (Jerry Stiller, 92, died in 2020; Mira, 85, died in 2015).

The siblings played with other children in the building, including the children of artist Peter Max, and loved to cause problems such as throwing water balloons from apartment windows.

Ben loved the building so much that he lived there with his wife Kristen Taylor on happier days. (Although they announced their split in 2017, they are often photographed together.)

the couple Bought a duplex For $10 million there from Ann Zabar in 2008, then $1 million when they sold it for $8.99 million in 2013. In addition to its memories and longtime residents, the light-filled unit, facing Riverside Park, is 3,700 square feet It comes with five bedrooms and 4 bathrooms.

It consists of 2 units and features a private elevator foyer, open kitchen, library/den and sauna. The listing brokers are Bruce Ehrman of Douglas Elliman and Andrew Anderson.

Photo of Jack Greenberg, US Attorney and President of the NAACP Legal Defense Fund sitting at his desk in his office at 10 Columbus Circle, New York City
Another unit in the Riverside Drive building that was occupied by civil rights attorney Jack Greenberg entered the market.
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Another set of two units in this building, home to late civil rights attorney Jack Greenberg and his late wife Deborah Cole Greenberg, hit the market in October for $4.79 million. Now, the price has been reduced to $4.39 million.

Greenberg joined the NAACP Legal Defense and Education Fund in 1949 and succeeded Thurgood Marshall as its director and advisor from 1961 to 1984.

He was also a co-counsel with Marshall in the landmark case Brown v. Board of Education, which ended segregation in public schools, and argued before the Supreme Court.

In subsequent years, he served as Dean of Columbia College and Vice Dean of Columbia Law School.

He passed away in 2016 at the age of 91.

The 3,300-square-foot home has four bedrooms and four bathrooms. It comes with river and park views, large picture windows, plenty of storage, hardwood floors and instrument storage boxes.

The listing broker is Ann Cotbell Linnan of Douglas Elliman.


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