Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick are the Queen and King of New York. They met in 1991 while working in the theater in the Big Apple, and got married in 1997 – how can we forget her iconic black wedding dress, Morgan Le Fay? – for this reason, their history is undoubtedly intertwined with the history of the city. Parker is still known as New York style icon almost two decades from Sex in the city and right now she’s back on TV playing Carrie Bradshaw in the sequel. And just like that… in the sky. Broderick, on the other hand, has won several Tony awards and is still active on the stage today; He and Parker recently teamed up to star in Plaza Suites Neil Simon . “The great thing about New York is that you open yourself up to others the moment you walk out the door,” Parker said. “You don’t have a choice.” We’ve taken a look at some of the homes the couple have lived in over the years, most of which are located in New York City.
The 90s were an important period in the career of Sarah Jessica Parker. In 1991, she became famous in Madness in Beverly Hills (1991) with Steve Martin. During this time, he purchased a duplex penthouse in Tribeca for an undisclosed amount. The penthouse has been extensively renovated since Parker lived in it (she reportedly sold it around the time she married Broderick) and was listed for sale in late 2022 for $5.5 million. Details from a recent listing show that four bedrooms and four bathrooms are split over two levels. high ceilings, bright kitchen. In addition, there are 26 windows scattered throughout the home that let in plenty of natural light and overlook the Empire State Building.
Three years after their wedding, Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick buy townhouse in West Village for just $3 million. The house, originally built in 1905, has been extensively renovated by a star. In 2014, during the filming of the famous interview “73 questions” FashionWe managed to look into the house. A tour of the mansion revealed dark wood floors and crown molding with an eclectic aesthetic that included brightly patterned carpeting on the stairs, green walls in the family living room, and a retro ping-pong table in the living room.
Parker and Broderick raised three children in the home but put it up for sale in 2020, just a few years after they started building another home in the same area. After nearly a year on the market, they sold their old townhouse for $15 million.
Not all of the couple’s properties are located in the city. The couple also purchased a cozy 1940s country house with three bedrooms and one bath. Amagansett, Long Island, for 6.6 million dollars. The couple teamed up with Parker’s longtime friend Eric Hughes to design the perfect country cottage, which includes a blue and white master bathroom with a butterfly motif, blue and cream glass bottle décor panels. “When we designed this place, our goal was to recreate the beach atmosphere in the house,” Parker said in 2022, collaborating with Booking. “We wanted this property to feel like a real home, so we furnished it with vintage pieces we have collected over the years and made the backyard a versatile place to enjoy summer sunsets, barbeques and fun get-togethers.” In 2023, the couple rented out the beach house again, this time for $95,000 for the entire summer.
Parker and Broderick then expanded their real estate holdings by purchasing Greek Revival townhouse in Greenwich Village, bought for just under $19 million. The four-bedroom home was built in 1846 and measures 630 square feet, with many of the historic features such as the original marble fireplaces, cornices and hardwood floors still intact. The couple invested time and energy in renovating the home before putting it up for sale in 2012 for $24.99 million. – an art bath in the master bedroom, the house was sold only in 2015 for $18.25 million. It was the most expensive sale that week in the area.
After selling their Greenwich Village property, Parker and Broderick bought a couple townhouse in West Village for $34.5 million, with plans to combine them to create a 1,290-square-meter mega-mansion (roughly one-third the size of a football field) with a 195-square-meter private garden.
Overall, the renovation and construction cost more than $50 million. Shortly after the big purchase was made public, it was revealed that the cast had hired Morris Adjmi Architects to spearhead the project. The award-winning studio created the Samsung Building in New York’s Meatpacking District, the home of Austin Nichols, and the elegant offices of Thrive Capital. The house is still under construction.
Article published on US ADadapted by Paola Corazza.