Skip to comments.Chelsea Clinton to buy $10.5 million apartment on Madison Square Park (PHOTOS)
Posted on 03/14/2013 5:48:23 PM PDT by jimbo123
Chelsea Clinton and her husband, Marc Mezvinsky, are in contract to buy a four-bedroom, 5,000-square-foot apartment in The Whitman, on the north end of Madison Square Park.
Come June, NoMad residents will be keeping up with the Clintons.
Chelsea Clinton and her husband, Marc Mezvinsky, are buying a sleek, $10.5 million apartment overlooking Madison Square Park, sources said.
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She and her grifter parents should be deported to Haiti. Degenerate reprobates all.
Now every time I hear that song I’ll have a mental picture of Mr. Ed.
Hubba, Hubba, Hubbell lips... :)
“That White House gig really does pay pretty well.”
Right on...just ask the current half ass/big ass, half breed usurpers of the White Hut...
Butt ugly I call it!
-— The apartment looks cold and lifeless.. -—
Wow. It will be good preparation for prison.
“For $10.5 million she could have bought a large ranch, horses, a luxury Prevost bus, as well as a house on a beach with a dock and a beautiful seagoing boat.”
We are ‘poor’ retired people living on Social Security. We have a 5,000 sq ft ranch with 1,500 sq ft finished on the lower level, walk out to an in-ground pool. It is located in restful, equestrian surroundings near the scenic Ohio & Erie Canal Towpath. We have 5 1/2 acres and we do not look out on another building from our master bedroom. We have a carriage (surrey, with a top that folds down) and two trained horses to pull it. We are children of the King (our Daddy owns the cattle on a thousand hills).
We would not trade this home for what we see of that God-awful place in Manhattan. An apartment?
I think you would be a good neighbor and I love the thought of owning a horse carriage.
Our house was built in the late 1800s. We live on 5 acres on a mountain with a million dollar view. I breath fresh mountain air mixed with the salt air that makes it here from the Straight of Juan de Fuca — top left corner of the USA.
The boat ramp is 10 minutes from my house and it takes about 30 minutes to run my boat out to my fishing grounds.
I have to tell you that you made me laugh. Our house is about 4,000 sq ft, but we only use about 1,500 of it. ;>)
I wouldn’t want to visit that city, let alone live in it.
Believe she could eat a pineapple through a tennis racket.
For $10.5 M I think - I can have a WATERFRONT view of the Sydney Opera House AND the Sydney Harbor Bridge all in one sweeping panorama. WHY would I want to be in Nanny B’burg’s NY? Heck, offer me that same condo for $10,000 and I would still say “no”. I don’t think there is ANY price that would convince me to move to that asylum (aka New York City).
“Our house was built in the late 1800s.”
The original part of ours was built in 1900, burned in the mid-30’s and was rebuilt on the original foundation. Much has been added in various constructions since then, the last in 1982. We have been told that the reconstruction and expansion then was an $800,000 deal. There are just the two of us to knock around here, and we love it.
My wife’s brother is out your way a bit south of you, lives on Whidbey Island. If I were there where you/they are, mine would be a sailboat.
It certainly is strange how both Ds and Rs of modest means go to DC and become filthy rich on a 150k salary.
What with, her good looks?
Bill Clinton gets about $189,000 per speech, about $13.4 million worth of fees for 2011 alone.
George W. Bush is reported to get $107,000 per speech - about $15 million since he left office.
Obama is reported to want a $500,000 fee for a private meeting with him at the White House.
see post 17.
The Clintons had to DRAG Marc back from Colorado 2 years ago when he ran away from Chelsea to be a ski bum!
Sorry, I missed that one. Coffee just hadn’t kicked-in, yet.
It's the same reason the wealthiest counties in the country are mostly around Washington, DC.
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