Eyewitness News’ Sandy Kenyon asks $1.75M for NYC apartment


You’ve seen him on television — and now his sanctuary away from the cameras can be your own.

One of the city’s best-known broadcast reporters, Sandy Kenyon of Eyewitness News, has listed his Hell’s Kitchen home for $1.75 million. If you don’t know the Princeton University alum from TV, you’ll remember him from 1010 WINS news radio — and his resume also includes positions at CNN and at the public broadcasting channel WNET in New York.

His unit has one bedroom, one full bathroom and a powder room across 919 square feet. Located at the Link, 310 W. 52nd St., it features stunning floor-to ceiling-windows that look out to wide Manhattan views, oak floors, an open kitchen with a glass tile backsplash and a windowed home office — the latter of which the listing notes is also a second bedroom.

The spread looks out to wide Midtown views, as well as vistas of Central Park, through floor-to-ceiling exposures.
The spread looks out to wide Midtown views, as well as vistas of Central Park, through floor-to-ceiling exposures.
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The home has one bedroom.
The home has one bedroom.
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A home office that can also be used as a second bedroom.
A home office that can also be used as a second bedroom.
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A view of the open floor plan.
A view of the open floor plan.
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A look inside the kitchen.
A look inside the kitchen.
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Another look at the massive view corridor.
Another look at the massive view corridor.
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The home opens to a foyer that leads to an open living and dining room. It also boasts the highest ceilings in the building, and additionally offers prime views of Central Park. 

The 42-story building comes with 215 units. Built in 2005 and designed by Costas Kondylis & Partners and Gail Nauer Architects, it has a double-height lobby with floor-to-ceiling windows, large white columns and modern seating. There’s also a concierge, a gym, and a 3,200-square-foot landscaped garden terrace.

Kenyon and his wife, the best-selling author Eileen Goudge, bought the unit for $1.5 million in 2007, records show. The listing brokers are Chase Landow and Natalia Gonzalez of Serhant.



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