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Hightower’s $3.44 M. Hobby
Mrs. De Niro Buys East 8th Street Limestone

Though Grace Hightower and her godly husband Robert De Niro just paid $20.9 million for a 15-room Central Park West apartment last month, she has also bought a $3,440,000 limestone townhouse at 516 East 89th Street.

“She’s going to gut it and renovate it,” said listing broker Beverly Feingold, a vice president at Halstead. “It could just be a hobby! I don’t know.”

City records list the buyer as GH Trust and “Grace Hightower, as Trustee.” (Her trust also owns a 1,653-square-foot apartment high up in the Trump Palace, 20 blocks south.)

The townhouse sales deed indicates that Ms. Hightower signed and closed on a contract in a single day—Oct. 3—which is blissfully swift. The couple’s newly renovated C.P.W. apartment closed 10 days later.
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