A Tony Award-winning Broadway producer is selling her digs in a storied Midtown building.
Susan Gallin — whose credits include “Angels in America,” “Spamalot” and “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?” — listed her oversize one-bedroom co-op at Alwyn Court for $1.39 million in February, before COVID-19 shut down the city.
She is still accepting offers from interested buyers. Famous residents of Alwyn Court, located at 180 W. 58th St., include Frederick Steinway of the legendary piano-making family.
The landmarked building, by Carnegie Hall and a block from Central Park, was built with a decadently ornamented terra cotta facade in a French Renaissance style in 1909.
Architecture critic Carter Horsley called Alwyn Court, which surrounds a signature central courtyard, “the city’s most ornate building.”
It is also on the National Register of Historic Places. Gallin’s one-bedroom, two-bathroom fourth-floor unit with a dining gallery and a dressing room spans 1,100 square feet and features 11-foot ceilings, ornate moldings, hardwood floors and large windows.
Gallin bought it for $999,000 in 2007 and briefly listed it for $1.55 million in 2013. The listing broker is Louise Phillips Forbes, of Brown Harris Stevens.
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