Elle Decor’s ex-editor Whitney Robinson lists .65M NYC home

Elle Decor’s ex-editor Whitney Robinson lists $1.65M NYC home

Design maestros Whitney Robinson, Elle Decor’s former editor-in-chief, and his partner, Marc Karimzadeh, editorial director

Design maestros Whitney Robinson, Elle Decor’s former editor-in-chief, and his partner, Marc Karimzadeh, editorial director for the Council of Fashion Designers of The us, have just listed their lavishly renovated, vibrant condo at 181 E. 90th St. for $1.65 million.

(They purchased the dwelling for $1 million in 2014, then shelled out $400,000 on renovations.)

The Carnegie Hill creating, regarded as the Metropolitan, released in 2004 and was 1 of the remaining commissions of famous architect Philip Johnson. At 1,100 square ft, the a single-bed room, two-tub device is straight out of the shiny pages of a shelter journal.

A formal entry attributes Fromental wallpaper, when the living room boasts hand-painted lacquered walls by Augustin Hurtado, customized oak bookcases, a faux fireplace, hardwood floors and home windows overlooking townhouse gardens.

The massive bed room comes with bespoke closets and a spa-like toilet that “instantly transports you to the Beverly Hills Lodge,” the listing (from mother-daughter workforce Wendy Sarasohn and Jamie S. Joseph of Brown Harris Stevens) notes.

The UES unit’s sole bedroom.
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The kitchen inside the UES home.
The modern-day kitchen sports some significant tech.
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A bathroom inside the home.
The East 90 Avenue pad has two quaint loos.
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The living area inside the home.
There is 1,100 square feet within the style and design couple’s condominium.
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The design and style duo appreciate the building so considerably that they are now ensconced in a 3-bedroom rental on a higher ground, with a terrace and Central Park views.

Previous July, Robinson and Karimzadeh bought hitched at Park Avenue Synagogue.

It was the first homosexual marriage ceremony held inside of the conservative synagogue, with an over-the-prime reception held at the Polo Bar.