You Can Buy Cousin Greg’s Tribeca Condo From “Succession”

It has, as Greg put it, "an abundance of footage"

The Tribeca condo featured in "Succession"
The Tribeca condo featured in "Succession"

The Tribeca condo that Kendall Roy allows Cousin Greg to crash in “until the market starts to move” in season 2 of HBO’s Succession is up for sale, and you’re going to need a fortune that rivals the Roy family’s to purchase it: it’s currently listed for $7.1 million.

The four-bedroom, three-bathroom duplex is located in a 19th century, cast-iron building at 67 Franklin Street. It boasts 3197 square feet of space (as Greg describes it on the show, it’s “an abundance of footage, an embarrassment of footage”), 23-foot ceilings and nine-foot windows. As the real-estate listing for the condo notes, “The classic 19th-century cast iron facade works in tandem with modern interiors to create the perfect home.”

Its kitchen also includes Bianco Oro marble countertops, Gaggenau appliances and custom cabinets. Residents of the building also have access to some pretty swanky amenities, including a hydrotherapy spa, a dance and yoga studio, a resident lounge and a children’s playroom.

You can check out the full listing here, or watch the property’s appearance on Succession (which starts around the 0:52 mark) in the video below.

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