Brat Pack novelist Jay McInerney and his publishing heiress wife, Anne Hearst, have paid $3.2 million for a two-bedroom penthouse in downtown Manhattan, according to public records and the New York Post. The couple, who tied the knot in January, purchased the penthouse at 25 E. 9th Street in Manhattan. On Thursday, the New York Post's Braden Keil broke the scoop on the purchase, which only had been recorded the day before, according to public records. The unit is in a co-op building that was built in 1926. Features in the unit, which had been listed for $3,495,000, include two renovated baths, large wrap-around terraces, multiple greenhouses, two working fireplaces, lotrs of closets and views in three directions, according to listing information and the Post. Check out the penthouse's listing sheet here. The couple's other residences include an apartment on lower Fifth Avenue, according to the Post, and Hearst's 14.94-acre Ash Grove Farm property at 156 Little Noyac Path in Southampton/Water Mill, which Hearst purchased in 2001 for $2,150,000, according to public records.