It’s a New York City home that has seen many early wake-up calls and live shots.
The Tribeca home that “Today” co-host Savannah Guthrie shares with her husband, Michael Feldman, is listed for $7.1 million.
The home last changed hands in 2017 for $7,114,393, according to Realtor.com®.
Built in 2016, the turnkey, four-bedroom condo takes up an entire floor of its Lower Manhattan building, with 3,735 square feet of living space and 10-foot ceilings.
According to the listing, “no expense was spared” on the renovation, which includes many high-end touches.
“The elevator opens directly into a gracious foyer, with a beautiful hand-painted wall mural by Dean Barger Studios,” says listing agent Cortnee Glasser, of Sotheby’s International Realty–East Side Manhattan Brokerage.
The expansive great room has almost 50 feet of linear frontage, wall-to-wall windows, and a concrete ceiling.
Even though Guthrie often says she doesn’t cook, the chef’s kitchen is well-equipped with floor-to-ceiling cabinets, a Saint Laurent marble island, and Gaggenau appliances—including a wine refrigerator and vented range hood.
A flex space by the kitchen is used as an informal dining area, the listing notes, but it could easily be a den or playroom.
“If I had to choose a favorite thing about the apartment, I’d have to say it’s the steel and glass wall with doors that separate the dining room from the great room,” Glasser says. “It is not only stunning, but the installation broke the room into distinct living areas without losing any visibility.”
The main bedroom has a fireplace and an attached dressing room with custom, oak millwork and mirrored closets—certainly fit for a high-profile TV personality.
The main bathroom has Carrara marble and bluestone finishes, a soaking tub, shower, double vanity, and flatscreen TV, perfect for catching up on the day’s news.
The bedrooms where Guthrie’s children, Vale and Charley, sleep share a bathroom with a double vanity and high-end fixtures.
“There is also a steel and glass door in the hallway that leads to the north end of the home, where the bedrooms are, so you can entertain and anyone sleeping in one of the bedrooms will not hear a thing,” Glasser says.
A fourth bedroom has an en suite bath. And the home office has a built-in desk and Murphy bed, so it can also function as a guest bedroom.
“This is a perfect, spacious family home,” Glasser says. “The layout is very flexible, and there is abundant storage space at every turn.”
And if the new owner’s belongings somehow don’t all fit in this home, the condo comes with a 62-square-foot storage unit with custom shelving and electricity—the largest in the building, according to the listing.
The building has 24/7 door attendants, a full-time super, and a fitness room.
Guthrie has been the co-anchor of NBC’s “Today” since 2012. She had been working as a correspondent for NBC News since 2007.
Viewers may recognize the apartment. Guthrie hosted “Today” from this home often during the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as from another home in upstate New York.
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