Author's Incognito West Village Townhouse Sells for $7.83M

Posted by Libby Readel — June 15, 2011

Stribling & Associat1308159007es’ Alexa Lambert represented the buyer in a $7.83 million sale of a West Village townhome. The article by Adam Fusfeld in The Real Deal Online reads:

“Though fitting for a client who's known for using pseudonyms, the marketing technique used by the seller's brokers for a West Village townhouse was unconventional, if not downright foolish. At least that's what Michael Graves of Core was told as he marketed 225 West 11th Street on behalf of owner Robert Rosenblum, a novelist with 30 published works under various names, including "The Religion," which was made into a movie starring Martin Sheen. But today he was vindicated, as the sale of the home closed for $7.83 million.”

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