‘Succession’ producer Frank Rich lists NYC home for $3.2 million
Priced out of the Roy brothers’ Upper East and West Side penthouses? You are lucky.
Another piece of “Succession” real estate hit the market Friday, The Post has learned — and in the midst of the buzzy series’ final season, to boot. The home of the show’s producer Frank Rich is listed for $3.2 million, according to public records.
Originally a journalist who also produced the HBO political comedy “Veep,” Rich bought unit 5B at 110-118 Riverside Drive with his wife Alex Witchel – herself a New York Times writer and published book author – in 1993. It is however not clear what they paid for it.
Other recent offerings from “Succession”, the show alone that is a common topic of discussion in New York City these days, have a slightly higher price tag. They include a duplex penthouse at 200 Amsterdam where Roman Roy (played by Kieran Culkin) lives in season 4, which is available for $38 million.
Meanwhile, the Upper East Side plywood penthouse where his troubled older brother Kendall Roy (Jeremy Strong) lives at 180 E. 88th St. is on the market for $29 million. His previous fictional residence, on the 90th floor of 35 Hudson Yards, was sold for $35 million last summer.
Siobhan “Shiv” Roy (now-pregnant Williamsburg resident Sarah Snook) is chilling her heels in a penthouse at 270 Broadway in Tribeca, where a unit directly below is on the market for a bargain of $5.99 million.
Not to be overshadowed by the digs of the show’s spoiled siblings, the Emmy and Golden Globe winner’s apartment has plenty of standout features, assures real estate agent Julie Gans of Compass.
Chief among these are “the most spectacular, unobstructed sunsets over the Hudson River, with 15 oversized windows providing views for days on end,” she said. “In a city where views are constantly disappearing, these views aren’t going anywhere.”
While a bit dated compared to the aforementioned penthouses, Rich’s classic six has period charm.
Nestled in a 1929 white-glove co-op across from Riverside Park, it opens with a grand foyer that leads to a great room on one side and a formal dining room on the other.
A windowed kitchen is tucked next to a utility room with a washer/dryer, around the corner from a home office with an ensuite bathroom.
In the bedroom wing there is ample closet space and an ensuite bathroom with window in the main suite.
Facilities in the building include a gym, games room, additional storage and bicycle storage.