Film production lovebirds selling UES digs for $2.1M

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Two film producers are putting their Upper East Side digs on the market for $2.1 million.

Producer and production manager Michael Bederman —  best known for “Spotlight,” which exposed the Catholic Church sex abuse scandal in Boston, as reported by journalists — and Anna Gerb, known for “A Most Violent Year,” are selling a three-bedroom, two-bath unit on the 16th floor of 115 E. 87th St.

Details include a windowed dining room, a windowed eat-in chef’s kitchen, hickory wood floors, crown moldings and lots of built-ins.

The main bedroom is in a separate wing, and comes with a custom-built home office. The listing broker is Michael J. Franco of Compass.


Meanwhile, celebrity Wall St./entertainment lawyer John Singer is in contract to buy a four-bedroom, 4½-bath condo at 520 W. 28th St., the curvy High Line building designed by the late starchitect Zaha Hadid.

Face shot of John Singer.
Lawyer John Singer
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Past and current residents include rock legend Sting, his producer wife Trudie Styler and pop star Ariana Grande. Singer — whose clients include Don Trump Jr.’s girlfriend/ex-Fox TV personality Kimberly Guilfoyle, ex-congressman/ex-Morgan Stanley exec Harold Ford, and bestselling author Mary Higgins Clark — is buying a 3,840-square-foot unit that was last asking $8.85 million. That’s almost a third off its original $12 million ask in 2015. 

The condo, with views of the Chelsea skyline, the High Line and a new verdant sculpture garden, also comes with a 162-square-foot balcony. Interior details include a chef’s kitchen with a sculptural kitchen island and “overscaled art walls,” according to the listing.

Building amenities include an IMAX theater, a common entertaining space with a terrace, a gym with a 75-foot pool and automated robotic parking.

The listing broker was Corcoran’s Steve Gold, a star of “Million Dollar Listing New York.” 

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