Actor Vincent D’Onofrio, who is best known for playing Det. Robert Goren on “Law & Order: Criminal Intent,” and his wife, Carin van der Donk-D’Onofrio, have sold their apartment in Manhattan’s East Village neighborhood for $2.6 million, according to public records.
D’Onofrio, 47, originally bought the two-unit spread in the Christadora House, at 143 Avenue B, in 1998 for $890,000, according to public records. However, the units were never merged, according to an article in this week’s New York Observer. If its buyer, which records show is a man named Jack Adams, were to merge the apartments, he would have 50 feet of frontage on Tompkins Square Park, plus three bedrooms, all in 1,905 square feet. Other features include cast-iron tubs, subway tiling, and a 684-square-foot living and dining room. Check out the unit’s listing information.
Built in 1928, Christadora House is a 17-story, dark brown brick building where George Gershwin gave his first public recital. The D’Onofrios’ units are on the building’s fifth floor.
It’s unclear where the D’Onofrios are moving, although it’s most likely that they’ll stay in New York. We’ll keep you posted.