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Jeremy Lin Calls a New York Hotel Suite Home

Jeremy Lin Calls a New York Hotel Suite Home

Jeremy Lin moves from his brother’s couch to a luxe 2-bedroom suite downtown

And the Linsanity continues… The New York Post reported yesterday that the Knicks' breakout star Jeremy Lin (source of all kinds of moniker madness) is moving on up in the world. By which we mean he's moving downtown.

As soon as he started having 28-plus point games, breathing life into the Knicks' season, it became big news that this serious talent wasn’t living large like his fellow players. He was living on his brother’s couch. A little more than a week ago, it was reported that he’s renting a $3,800 per month apartment at Trump Towers in White Plains, near the team’s practicing facilities. But he can’t be expected to live all the way out in White Plains all the time, can he? (And he’s not about to couch surf again now that he’s a fixture on the team’s starting lineup.) Lin is now renting a posh, fully furnished, and hyper-designed two-bedroom condo at the W Hotel in the Financial District, which is listed for $13,000 a month (though apparently he got a better deal).

The New York Post reports that the building’s amenities include the requisite gym, a lounge with video games, a screening room, rooftop terrace, and a café. But of course, residents also have preferred access to the hotel’s restaurants and bars, the BLT Bar & Grill and the Living Room Bar & Terrace. Both are outfitted in the sleek black-red-and-silver style of most W hotels and serve done-up classics like hamburgers and sandwiches alongside seasonal cocktails, entrées from the grill, and signature desserts.


Trophy room

The Giants scored a big touchdown last week in the final minute of the Super Bowl against the New England Patriots, and in that spirit, their chairman and co-owner, Steve Tisch, just scored a big rental apartment at Trump Park Avenue. Tisch signed a lease for Donny Deutsch’s old digs, penthouse 23, for around $60,000 a month. The full-floor, 13-room home with four terraces overlooks Park Avenue and Central Park.

The condo (which is currently also on the market for $33 million) comes with almost 1,000 square feet of outdoor space and five bedrooms. The building, at 502 Park Ave., was previously the Hotel Delmonico and before that the Viceroy Hotel, when it was built in 1929.

Deutsch moved out when his $21 million townhouse, done by architect Frederic Schwartz, was completed on East 78th Street.

Coincidentally, Tisch’s brother, Jonathan, the billionaire co-chair of Loews Corp., and wife Lizzie lived at 502 Park until their $48 million co-op on East 68th Street was completed.

Listing broker Adam Modlin could not be reached for comment.

One loft to leave

Soap star Michael Easton, who originated the role of John McBain on ABC’s “One Life to Live,” has put his apartment in the historic O’Neill Building, at 655 Sixth Ave., on the market for $1.295 million. The one-bedroom, 1 1/2-bathroom condo on the third floor is 984 square feet, with 13-foot ceilings, distressed-oak floors, California closets and big-room proportions for entertaining. The open chef’s kitchen includes a washer/dryer and a marble island. The flat also comes with a large storage locker.

Although “OLTL” was cancelled, Easton, who was once named one of People magazine’s “50 Most Beautiful People,” was lucky enough to reprise the role in another ABC soap, “General Hospital,” which films in Hollywood.

James Morgan, of the Corcoran Group, has the listing.

Let’s get ‘Real’

Less than a month after Kelly Bensimon listed her East Hampton mansion for $12 million, the Real Housewife knocked a third off the price. The new ask for the two-story, five-bedroom home on Further Lane is $8 million.

It’s 5,800 square feet with a fireplace in the living room and another in the master suite, as well as vaulted ceilings with rustic wood beams and lots of decking. There are also a pool and pond on the 1.2-acre property. Prudential Douglas Elliman’s Enzo Morabito has the listing.

That NBA hoops phenom Jeremy Lin, who, as we reported, has sublet former Knick David Lee’s apartment at Trump Tower in White Plains, is still looking in the city and Westchester, including the Residences at the Ritz-Carlton in Westchester, where three-month one-bedroom rentals start around $5,500 a month . . . The penthouse at 34 Greene St., where Katie Couric once toured, is in contract the mystery buyer is a non-boldfaced name with a near-maniacal obsession for privacy.


Trophy room

The Giants scored a big touchdown last week in the final minute of the Super Bowl against the New England Patriots, and in that spirit, their chairman and co-owner, Steve Tisch, just scored a big rental apartment at Trump Park Avenue. Tisch signed a lease for Donny Deutsch’s old digs, penthouse 23, for around $60,000 a month. The full-floor, 13-room home with four terraces overlooks Park Avenue and Central Park.

The condo (which is currently also on the market for $33 million) comes with almost 1,000 square feet of outdoor space and five bedrooms. The building, at 502 Park Ave., was previously the Hotel Delmonico and before that the Viceroy Hotel, when it was built in 1929.

Deutsch moved out when his $21 million townhouse, done by architect Frederic Schwartz, was completed on East 78th Street.

Coincidentally, Tisch’s brother, Jonathan, the billionaire co-chair of Loews Corp., and wife Lizzie lived at 502 Park until their $48 million co-op on East 68th Street was completed.

Listing broker Adam Modlin could not be reached for comment.

One loft to leave

Soap star Michael Easton, who originated the role of John McBain on ABC’s “One Life to Live,” has put his apartment in the historic O’Neill Building, at 655 Sixth Ave., on the market for $1.295 million. The one-bedroom, 1 1/2-bathroom condo on the third floor is 984 square feet, with 13-foot ceilings, distressed-oak floors, California closets and big-room proportions for entertaining. The open chef’s kitchen includes a washer/dryer and a marble island. The flat also comes with a large storage locker.

Although “OLTL” was cancelled, Easton, who was once named one of People magazine’s “50 Most Beautiful People,” was lucky enough to reprise the role in another ABC soap, “General Hospital,” which films in Hollywood.

James Morgan, of the Corcoran Group, has the listing.

Let’s get ‘Real’

Less than a month after Kelly Bensimon listed her East Hampton mansion for $12 million, the Real Housewife knocked a third off the price. The new ask for the two-story, five-bedroom home on Further Lane is $8 million.

It’s 5,800 square feet with a fireplace in the living room and another in the master suite, as well as vaulted ceilings with rustic wood beams and lots of decking. There are also a pool and pond on the 1.2-acre property. Prudential Douglas Elliman’s Enzo Morabito has the listing.

That NBA hoops phenom Jeremy Lin, who, as we reported, has sublet former Knick David Lee’s apartment at Trump Tower in White Plains, is still looking in the city and Westchester, including the Residences at the Ritz-Carlton in Westchester, where three-month one-bedroom rentals start around $5,500 a month . . . The penthouse at 34 Greene St., where Katie Couric once toured, is in contract the mystery buyer is a non-boldfaced name with a near-maniacal obsession for privacy.


Trophy room

The Giants scored a big touchdown last week in the final minute of the Super Bowl against the New England Patriots, and in that spirit, their chairman and co-owner, Steve Tisch, just scored a big rental apartment at Trump Park Avenue. Tisch signed a lease for Donny Deutsch’s old digs, penthouse 23, for around $60,000 a month. The full-floor, 13-room home with four terraces overlooks Park Avenue and Central Park.

The condo (which is currently also on the market for $33 million) comes with almost 1,000 square feet of outdoor space and five bedrooms. The building, at 502 Park Ave., was previously the Hotel Delmonico and before that the Viceroy Hotel, when it was built in 1929.

Deutsch moved out when his $21 million townhouse, done by architect Frederic Schwartz, was completed on East 78th Street.

Coincidentally, Tisch’s brother, Jonathan, the billionaire co-chair of Loews Corp., and wife Lizzie lived at 502 Park until their $48 million co-op on East 68th Street was completed.

Listing broker Adam Modlin could not be reached for comment.

One loft to leave

Soap star Michael Easton, who originated the role of John McBain on ABC’s “One Life to Live,” has put his apartment in the historic O’Neill Building, at 655 Sixth Ave., on the market for $1.295 million. The one-bedroom, 1 1/2-bathroom condo on the third floor is 984 square feet, with 13-foot ceilings, distressed-oak floors, California closets and big-room proportions for entertaining. The open chef’s kitchen includes a washer/dryer and a marble island. The flat also comes with a large storage locker.

Although “OLTL” was cancelled, Easton, who was once named one of People magazine’s “50 Most Beautiful People,” was lucky enough to reprise the role in another ABC soap, “General Hospital,” which films in Hollywood.

James Morgan, of the Corcoran Group, has the listing.

Let’s get ‘Real’

Less than a month after Kelly Bensimon listed her East Hampton mansion for $12 million, the Real Housewife knocked a third off the price. The new ask for the two-story, five-bedroom home on Further Lane is $8 million.

It’s 5,800 square feet with a fireplace in the living room and another in the master suite, as well as vaulted ceilings with rustic wood beams and lots of decking. There are also a pool and pond on the 1.2-acre property. Prudential Douglas Elliman’s Enzo Morabito has the listing.

That NBA hoops phenom Jeremy Lin, who, as we reported, has sublet former Knick David Lee’s apartment at Trump Tower in White Plains, is still looking in the city and Westchester, including the Residences at the Ritz-Carlton in Westchester, where three-month one-bedroom rentals start around $5,500 a month . . . The penthouse at 34 Greene St., where Katie Couric once toured, is in contract the mystery buyer is a non-boldfaced name with a near-maniacal obsession for privacy.


Trophy room

The Giants scored a big touchdown last week in the final minute of the Super Bowl against the New England Patriots, and in that spirit, their chairman and co-owner, Steve Tisch, just scored a big rental apartment at Trump Park Avenue. Tisch signed a lease for Donny Deutsch’s old digs, penthouse 23, for around $60,000 a month. The full-floor, 13-room home with four terraces overlooks Park Avenue and Central Park.

The condo (which is currently also on the market for $33 million) comes with almost 1,000 square feet of outdoor space and five bedrooms. The building, at 502 Park Ave., was previously the Hotel Delmonico and before that the Viceroy Hotel, when it was built in 1929.

Deutsch moved out when his $21 million townhouse, done by architect Frederic Schwartz, was completed on East 78th Street.

Coincidentally, Tisch’s brother, Jonathan, the billionaire co-chair of Loews Corp., and wife Lizzie lived at 502 Park until their $48 million co-op on East 68th Street was completed.

Listing broker Adam Modlin could not be reached for comment.

One loft to leave

Soap star Michael Easton, who originated the role of John McBain on ABC’s “One Life to Live,” has put his apartment in the historic O’Neill Building, at 655 Sixth Ave., on the market for $1.295 million. The one-bedroom, 1 1/2-bathroom condo on the third floor is 984 square feet, with 13-foot ceilings, distressed-oak floors, California closets and big-room proportions for entertaining. The open chef’s kitchen includes a washer/dryer and a marble island. The flat also comes with a large storage locker.

Although “OLTL” was cancelled, Easton, who was once named one of People magazine’s “50 Most Beautiful People,” was lucky enough to reprise the role in another ABC soap, “General Hospital,” which films in Hollywood.

James Morgan, of the Corcoran Group, has the listing.

Let’s get ‘Real’

Less than a month after Kelly Bensimon listed her East Hampton mansion for $12 million, the Real Housewife knocked a third off the price. The new ask for the two-story, five-bedroom home on Further Lane is $8 million.

It’s 5,800 square feet with a fireplace in the living room and another in the master suite, as well as vaulted ceilings with rustic wood beams and lots of decking. There are also a pool and pond on the 1.2-acre property. Prudential Douglas Elliman’s Enzo Morabito has the listing.

That NBA hoops phenom Jeremy Lin, who, as we reported, has sublet former Knick David Lee’s apartment at Trump Tower in White Plains, is still looking in the city and Westchester, including the Residences at the Ritz-Carlton in Westchester, where three-month one-bedroom rentals start around $5,500 a month . . . The penthouse at 34 Greene St., where Katie Couric once toured, is in contract the mystery buyer is a non-boldfaced name with a near-maniacal obsession for privacy.


Trophy room

The Giants scored a big touchdown last week in the final minute of the Super Bowl against the New England Patriots, and in that spirit, their chairman and co-owner, Steve Tisch, just scored a big rental apartment at Trump Park Avenue. Tisch signed a lease for Donny Deutsch’s old digs, penthouse 23, for around $60,000 a month. The full-floor, 13-room home with four terraces overlooks Park Avenue and Central Park.

The condo (which is currently also on the market for $33 million) comes with almost 1,000 square feet of outdoor space and five bedrooms. The building, at 502 Park Ave., was previously the Hotel Delmonico and before that the Viceroy Hotel, when it was built in 1929.

Deutsch moved out when his $21 million townhouse, done by architect Frederic Schwartz, was completed on East 78th Street.

Coincidentally, Tisch’s brother, Jonathan, the billionaire co-chair of Loews Corp., and wife Lizzie lived at 502 Park until their $48 million co-op on East 68th Street was completed.

Listing broker Adam Modlin could not be reached for comment.

One loft to leave

Soap star Michael Easton, who originated the role of John McBain on ABC’s “One Life to Live,” has put his apartment in the historic O’Neill Building, at 655 Sixth Ave., on the market for $1.295 million. The one-bedroom, 1 1/2-bathroom condo on the third floor is 984 square feet, with 13-foot ceilings, distressed-oak floors, California closets and big-room proportions for entertaining. The open chef’s kitchen includes a washer/dryer and a marble island. The flat also comes with a large storage locker.

Although “OLTL” was cancelled, Easton, who was once named one of People magazine’s “50 Most Beautiful People,” was lucky enough to reprise the role in another ABC soap, “General Hospital,” which films in Hollywood.

James Morgan, of the Corcoran Group, has the listing.

Let’s get ‘Real’

Less than a month after Kelly Bensimon listed her East Hampton mansion for $12 million, the Real Housewife knocked a third off the price. The new ask for the two-story, five-bedroom home on Further Lane is $8 million.

It’s 5,800 square feet with a fireplace in the living room and another in the master suite, as well as vaulted ceilings with rustic wood beams and lots of decking. There are also a pool and pond on the 1.2-acre property. Prudential Douglas Elliman’s Enzo Morabito has the listing.

That NBA hoops phenom Jeremy Lin, who, as we reported, has sublet former Knick David Lee’s apartment at Trump Tower in White Plains, is still looking in the city and Westchester, including the Residences at the Ritz-Carlton in Westchester, where three-month one-bedroom rentals start around $5,500 a month . . . The penthouse at 34 Greene St., where Katie Couric once toured, is in contract the mystery buyer is a non-boldfaced name with a near-maniacal obsession for privacy.


Trophy room

The Giants scored a big touchdown last week in the final minute of the Super Bowl against the New England Patriots, and in that spirit, their chairman and co-owner, Steve Tisch, just scored a big rental apartment at Trump Park Avenue. Tisch signed a lease for Donny Deutsch’s old digs, penthouse 23, for around $60,000 a month. The full-floor, 13-room home with four terraces overlooks Park Avenue and Central Park.

The condo (which is currently also on the market for $33 million) comes with almost 1,000 square feet of outdoor space and five bedrooms. The building, at 502 Park Ave., was previously the Hotel Delmonico and before that the Viceroy Hotel, when it was built in 1929.

Deutsch moved out when his $21 million townhouse, done by architect Frederic Schwartz, was completed on East 78th Street.

Coincidentally, Tisch’s brother, Jonathan, the billionaire co-chair of Loews Corp., and wife Lizzie lived at 502 Park until their $48 million co-op on East 68th Street was completed.

Listing broker Adam Modlin could not be reached for comment.

One loft to leave

Soap star Michael Easton, who originated the role of John McBain on ABC’s “One Life to Live,” has put his apartment in the historic O’Neill Building, at 655 Sixth Ave., on the market for $1.295 million. The one-bedroom, 1 1/2-bathroom condo on the third floor is 984 square feet, with 13-foot ceilings, distressed-oak floors, California closets and big-room proportions for entertaining. The open chef’s kitchen includes a washer/dryer and a marble island. The flat also comes with a large storage locker.

Although “OLTL” was cancelled, Easton, who was once named one of People magazine’s “50 Most Beautiful People,” was lucky enough to reprise the role in another ABC soap, “General Hospital,” which films in Hollywood.

James Morgan, of the Corcoran Group, has the listing.

Let’s get ‘Real’

Less than a month after Kelly Bensimon listed her East Hampton mansion for $12 million, the Real Housewife knocked a third off the price. The new ask for the two-story, five-bedroom home on Further Lane is $8 million.

It’s 5,800 square feet with a fireplace in the living room and another in the master suite, as well as vaulted ceilings with rustic wood beams and lots of decking. There are also a pool and pond on the 1.2-acre property. Prudential Douglas Elliman’s Enzo Morabito has the listing.

That NBA hoops phenom Jeremy Lin, who, as we reported, has sublet former Knick David Lee’s apartment at Trump Tower in White Plains, is still looking in the city and Westchester, including the Residences at the Ritz-Carlton in Westchester, where three-month one-bedroom rentals start around $5,500 a month . . . The penthouse at 34 Greene St., where Katie Couric once toured, is in contract the mystery buyer is a non-boldfaced name with a near-maniacal obsession for privacy.


Trophy room

The Giants scored a big touchdown last week in the final minute of the Super Bowl against the New England Patriots, and in that spirit, their chairman and co-owner, Steve Tisch, just scored a big rental apartment at Trump Park Avenue. Tisch signed a lease for Donny Deutsch’s old digs, penthouse 23, for around $60,000 a month. The full-floor, 13-room home with four terraces overlooks Park Avenue and Central Park.

The condo (which is currently also on the market for $33 million) comes with almost 1,000 square feet of outdoor space and five bedrooms. The building, at 502 Park Ave., was previously the Hotel Delmonico and before that the Viceroy Hotel, when it was built in 1929.

Deutsch moved out when his $21 million townhouse, done by architect Frederic Schwartz, was completed on East 78th Street.

Coincidentally, Tisch’s brother, Jonathan, the billionaire co-chair of Loews Corp., and wife Lizzie lived at 502 Park until their $48 million co-op on East 68th Street was completed.

Listing broker Adam Modlin could not be reached for comment.

One loft to leave

Soap star Michael Easton, who originated the role of John McBain on ABC’s “One Life to Live,” has put his apartment in the historic O’Neill Building, at 655 Sixth Ave., on the market for $1.295 million. The one-bedroom, 1 1/2-bathroom condo on the third floor is 984 square feet, with 13-foot ceilings, distressed-oak floors, California closets and big-room proportions for entertaining. The open chef’s kitchen includes a washer/dryer and a marble island. The flat also comes with a large storage locker.

Although “OLTL” was cancelled, Easton, who was once named one of People magazine’s “50 Most Beautiful People,” was lucky enough to reprise the role in another ABC soap, “General Hospital,” which films in Hollywood.

James Morgan, of the Corcoran Group, has the listing.

Let’s get ‘Real’

Less than a month after Kelly Bensimon listed her East Hampton mansion for $12 million, the Real Housewife knocked a third off the price. The new ask for the two-story, five-bedroom home on Further Lane is $8 million.

It’s 5,800 square feet with a fireplace in the living room and another in the master suite, as well as vaulted ceilings with rustic wood beams and lots of decking. There are also a pool and pond on the 1.2-acre property. Prudential Douglas Elliman’s Enzo Morabito has the listing.

That NBA hoops phenom Jeremy Lin, who, as we reported, has sublet former Knick David Lee’s apartment at Trump Tower in White Plains, is still looking in the city and Westchester, including the Residences at the Ritz-Carlton in Westchester, where three-month one-bedroom rentals start around $5,500 a month . . . The penthouse at 34 Greene St., where Katie Couric once toured, is in contract the mystery buyer is a non-boldfaced name with a near-maniacal obsession for privacy.


Trophy room

The Giants scored a big touchdown last week in the final minute of the Super Bowl against the New England Patriots, and in that spirit, their chairman and co-owner, Steve Tisch, just scored a big rental apartment at Trump Park Avenue. Tisch signed a lease for Donny Deutsch’s old digs, penthouse 23, for around $60,000 a month. The full-floor, 13-room home with four terraces overlooks Park Avenue and Central Park.

The condo (which is currently also on the market for $33 million) comes with almost 1,000 square feet of outdoor space and five bedrooms. The building, at 502 Park Ave., was previously the Hotel Delmonico and before that the Viceroy Hotel, when it was built in 1929.

Deutsch moved out when his $21 million townhouse, done by architect Frederic Schwartz, was completed on East 78th Street.

Coincidentally, Tisch’s brother, Jonathan, the billionaire co-chair of Loews Corp., and wife Lizzie lived at 502 Park until their $48 million co-op on East 68th Street was completed.

Listing broker Adam Modlin could not be reached for comment.

One loft to leave

Soap star Michael Easton, who originated the role of John McBain on ABC’s “One Life to Live,” has put his apartment in the historic O’Neill Building, at 655 Sixth Ave., on the market for $1.295 million. The one-bedroom, 1 1/2-bathroom condo on the third floor is 984 square feet, with 13-foot ceilings, distressed-oak floors, California closets and big-room proportions for entertaining. The open chef’s kitchen includes a washer/dryer and a marble island. The flat also comes with a large storage locker.

Although “OLTL” was cancelled, Easton, who was once named one of People magazine’s “50 Most Beautiful People,” was lucky enough to reprise the role in another ABC soap, “General Hospital,” which films in Hollywood.

James Morgan, of the Corcoran Group, has the listing.

Let’s get ‘Real’

Less than a month after Kelly Bensimon listed her East Hampton mansion for $12 million, the Real Housewife knocked a third off the price. The new ask for the two-story, five-bedroom home on Further Lane is $8 million.

It’s 5,800 square feet with a fireplace in the living room and another in the master suite, as well as vaulted ceilings with rustic wood beams and lots of decking. There are also a pool and pond on the 1.2-acre property. Prudential Douglas Elliman’s Enzo Morabito has the listing.

That NBA hoops phenom Jeremy Lin, who, as we reported, has sublet former Knick David Lee’s apartment at Trump Tower in White Plains, is still looking in the city and Westchester, including the Residences at the Ritz-Carlton in Westchester, where three-month one-bedroom rentals start around $5,500 a month . . . The penthouse at 34 Greene St., where Katie Couric once toured, is in contract the mystery buyer is a non-boldfaced name with a near-maniacal obsession for privacy.


Trophy room

The Giants scored a big touchdown last week in the final minute of the Super Bowl against the New England Patriots, and in that spirit, their chairman and co-owner, Steve Tisch, just scored a big rental apartment at Trump Park Avenue. Tisch signed a lease for Donny Deutsch’s old digs, penthouse 23, for around $60,000 a month. The full-floor, 13-room home with four terraces overlooks Park Avenue and Central Park.

The condo (which is currently also on the market for $33 million) comes with almost 1,000 square feet of outdoor space and five bedrooms. The building, at 502 Park Ave., was previously the Hotel Delmonico and before that the Viceroy Hotel, when it was built in 1929.

Deutsch moved out when his $21 million townhouse, done by architect Frederic Schwartz, was completed on East 78th Street.

Coincidentally, Tisch’s brother, Jonathan, the billionaire co-chair of Loews Corp., and wife Lizzie lived at 502 Park until their $48 million co-op on East 68th Street was completed.

Listing broker Adam Modlin could not be reached for comment.

One loft to leave

Soap star Michael Easton, who originated the role of John McBain on ABC’s “One Life to Live,” has put his apartment in the historic O’Neill Building, at 655 Sixth Ave., on the market for $1.295 million. The one-bedroom, 1 1/2-bathroom condo on the third floor is 984 square feet, with 13-foot ceilings, distressed-oak floors, California closets and big-room proportions for entertaining. The open chef’s kitchen includes a washer/dryer and a marble island. The flat also comes with a large storage locker.

Although “OLTL” was cancelled, Easton, who was once named one of People magazine’s “50 Most Beautiful People,” was lucky enough to reprise the role in another ABC soap, “General Hospital,” which films in Hollywood.

James Morgan, of the Corcoran Group, has the listing.

Let’s get ‘Real’

Less than a month after Kelly Bensimon listed her East Hampton mansion for $12 million, the Real Housewife knocked a third off the price. The new ask for the two-story, five-bedroom home on Further Lane is $8 million.

It’s 5,800 square feet with a fireplace in the living room and another in the master suite, as well as vaulted ceilings with rustic wood beams and lots of decking. There are also a pool and pond on the 1.2-acre property. Prudential Douglas Elliman’s Enzo Morabito has the listing.

That NBA hoops phenom Jeremy Lin, who, as we reported, has sublet former Knick David Lee’s apartment at Trump Tower in White Plains, is still looking in the city and Westchester, including the Residences at the Ritz-Carlton in Westchester, where three-month one-bedroom rentals start around $5,500 a month . . . The penthouse at 34 Greene St., where Katie Couric once toured, is in contract the mystery buyer is a non-boldfaced name with a near-maniacal obsession for privacy.


Trophy room

The Giants scored a big touchdown last week in the final minute of the Super Bowl against the New England Patriots, and in that spirit, their chairman and co-owner, Steve Tisch, just scored a big rental apartment at Trump Park Avenue. Tisch signed a lease for Donny Deutsch’s old digs, penthouse 23, for around $60,000 a month. The full-floor, 13-room home with four terraces overlooks Park Avenue and Central Park.

The condo (which is currently also on the market for $33 million) comes with almost 1,000 square feet of outdoor space and five bedrooms. The building, at 502 Park Ave., was previously the Hotel Delmonico and before that the Viceroy Hotel, when it was built in 1929.

Deutsch moved out when his $21 million townhouse, done by architect Frederic Schwartz, was completed on East 78th Street.

Coincidentally, Tisch’s brother, Jonathan, the billionaire co-chair of Loews Corp., and wife Lizzie lived at 502 Park until their $48 million co-op on East 68th Street was completed.

Listing broker Adam Modlin could not be reached for comment.

One loft to leave

Soap star Michael Easton, who originated the role of John McBain on ABC’s “One Life to Live,” has put his apartment in the historic O’Neill Building, at 655 Sixth Ave., on the market for $1.295 million. The one-bedroom, 1 1/2-bathroom condo on the third floor is 984 square feet, with 13-foot ceilings, distressed-oak floors, California closets and big-room proportions for entertaining. The open chef’s kitchen includes a washer/dryer and a marble island. The flat also comes with a large storage locker.

Although “OLTL” was cancelled, Easton, who was once named one of People magazine’s “50 Most Beautiful People,” was lucky enough to reprise the role in another ABC soap, “General Hospital,” which films in Hollywood.

James Morgan, of the Corcoran Group, has the listing.

Let’s get ‘Real’

Less than a month after Kelly Bensimon listed her East Hampton mansion for $12 million, the Real Housewife knocked a third off the price. The new ask for the two-story, five-bedroom home on Further Lane is $8 million.

It’s 5,800 square feet with a fireplace in the living room and another in the master suite, as well as vaulted ceilings with rustic wood beams and lots of decking. There are also a pool and pond on the 1.2-acre property. Prudential Douglas Elliman’s Enzo Morabito has the listing.

That NBA hoops phenom Jeremy Lin, who, as we reported, has sublet former Knick David Lee’s apartment at Trump Tower in White Plains, is still looking in the city and Westchester, including the Residences at the Ritz-Carlton in Westchester, where three-month one-bedroom rentals start around $5,500 a month . . . The penthouse at 34 Greene St., where Katie Couric once toured, is in contract the mystery buyer is a non-boldfaced name with a near-maniacal obsession for privacy.


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