“Today Show” co-host Savannah Guthrie has her comfortably sumptuous full-floor loft condo in lower Manhattan up for grabs with a $7.1 million price tag. Listed with Cortnee B. Glasser of Sotheby’s International Realty, taxes and common charges total about $12,000 per month.
Described in marketing material as a “turnkey, one-of-a-kind home” that has been worked over and refined by acclaimed architects Ike Kligerman & Barkley and celebrity interior designer Monique Gibson (her clients include Jon Stewart, Jon Bon Jovi, Meg Ryan, and Conan O’Brien), the 3,700-square-foot space provides a relaxed version of sophisticated luxury with a subdued palette, luscious textures, and fine natural materials.
Neutral beiges and ecrus are balanced with olive, lilac and wine colors, while the swooping curves of upholstered sofas and chairs soften the rigid striation of the 10-foot-plus concrete ceiling. Additional highlights include hand-painted wall treatments by Dean Barger Studios, Austrian white oak flooring, bespoke light fixtures, luxurious drapery, and handsome cerused oak built-ins.
Divided by a floor-to-ceiling wall of steel-trimmed glass with sliding panels, the living room and dining room stretch to a combined 45 feet. A full wall of built-ins in the living room holds the TV, a nearby wet bar makes mixing a boozy beverage during commercials easy, and a row of massive single-pane south-facing windows fill the space with natural light. Fitted with sleek designer appliances and inky marble countertops streaked with white, lightning bolt-like veining, the kitchen sits between the dining room and a more cozily proportioned informal dining area or den that’s been fitted with custom storage cabinets.
There are three family bedrooms clustered at the north end of the condo, one with a private bath and two that share a Jack-and-Jill-style bath, along with the primary suite. The sedate primary bedroom is warmed by a fireplace, the primary bath is sheathed in bluestone and white marble — there’s a TV positioned for optimal viewing from the tub — and the spacious dressing room is lined with custom millwork and wardrobes faced in antiqued mirrors. Conveniently if unusually accessible from the living room and the primary suite’s bathroom, a small home office is lined with clever built-ins that hide a Murphy bed.
The attorney and veteran broadcast journalist, who was rushed off set yesterday after she tested positive for Covid for the third time in just over a year, and her politically plugged-in PR and communications consultant husband Michael Feldman won’t turn a profit on the condo; they acquired the place about five and a half years ago for $7.1 million. Tax records show the couple also maintain a woodsy 20-acre getaway, acquired in 2014 for $2.7 million, near the historic Hudson Valley town of Rhinebeck.