In real life, Parker — who briefly dated John F. Kennedy Jr. in the early 1990s — was living in the landmarked Collect Pond House, a 12-story Beaux-Arts building in Tribeca that dates to 1909.
Now, that former home — a top-floor pad, which has since been combined with a second unit below it — is offered as a sparkling duplex penthouse. It’s on the market for $5.5 million, down from its July ask of $5.85 million.
Fast forward to today, Parker and her husband Matthew Broderick own a double-wide mansion in the West Village. But this former Tribeca home, at 366 Broadway, is none too shabby.
It’s crowned by a dramatic 1,000-plus-square-foot landscaped roof terrace, featuring an outdoor kitchen, entertaining spaces and panoramic city views — from the Woolworth Building to the Empire State Building. The four-bedroom, four-bathroom spread — decked out with interiors by Cheryl Eisen’s Interior Marketing Group — is anchored by a staircase designed by architect Stephen Wanta.
The residence also includes details such as ceilings more than 10 feet high, hardwood floors and striking arched windows. The residence boasts a 45-foot-long great room, as well as an eat-in chef’s kitchen, a home office and a dining area.
The main bedroom, on the lower level, comes with a Carrie Bradshaw-worthy custom walk-in closet and a spa-like bath. There’s also a guest suite with a private entrance, a third bedroom with lots of closets, a media room and a laundry room.
Parker sold her unit to the current owner in 1999, sources tell Gimme.
“She left behind an antique claw-foot tub in the bathroom, and unique dark wood and glass kitchen cabinets that we were told were made from cabinets salvaged from a cigar store downtown,” our source said, adding that the seller still has them in storage. Parker also installed “a staircase to the roof. It was a long staircase that ran against almost the whole width of the north wall, but this is not currently part of the apartment,” our source added.
IMG’s interiors focus on a neutral color palate, and abstract works by in-house artists to make the home pop.
The building, which was once the headquarters of the Royal Typewriter Company and home to textile manufacturers before it was converted to co-ops in 1979, recently underwent a seven-year restoration.
Amenities include a common rooftop and a bike room. The renovated lobby boasts double-height marble walls and a wrought-iron staircase.
The listing brokers are Corcoran’s Claudia Saez-Fromm, her husband Mark David Fromm and Gianna Vigliotti.
Ex-Brit turned Manhattan resident since 2008.