We hear that Evan Sopher, a principal in his family’s New York- and Miami-based commercial real estate company, the Sopher Group, has listed his apartment at 445 Lafayette St. for $2.99 million.
The two-bedroom, two-bathroom bachelor pad was designed by his pal, interior designer to the city’s well-heeled millennials, Sasha Bikoff.
The two grew up together in the Gotham building on the Upper East Side. (Bikoff, who got her start decorating her late mother’s apartment in the legendary Dakota, is known for designing vibrant homes with attitude, like restaurateur Ed Schoenfeld’s striking, colorful Newark mansion.) Sopher’s unit is 1,449 square feet with lots of dramatic windows.
It is currently designed as a modern bachelor pad, with lots of grey, black and scarlet tones. (”I like darker colors,” Sopher tells Gimme Shelter. “The apartment has great bones and will be versatile for anyone.”)
Sopher is listing the apartment because while surfing StreetEasy one day, he stumbled onto another stunner — a bigger apartment with outdoor space on Greenwich Street that he is in the midst of buying.
Some may surf the net to buy a pair of shoes when they’re bored, or to buy a new book.
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