Parker Posey, Queen of the Indies, Got her hot Chelsea triplex on — with a private roof terrace — on the market for $1.99 million.
Posey told Gimme Shelter, “With work taking me out of town so much, I just couldn’t give her what she deserved.”
“The apartment is like a bird’s nest—or a birdhouse with a nest on top,” said Posey, who is spending more time these days.
The listing comes as Posey’s ’90s hit, “Party Girl,” has been reissued, She is also in Ari Aster’s “Beau Is Afraid” alongside Joaquin Phoenix, Nathan Lane and Patti LuPone as well as other upcoming shows such as “Mr. & Mrs. Smith”. With Donald Glover, Maya Erskine and Wagner Moura. There’s also “The Parenting” with Brian Cox and Lisa Kudrow.
“In New York” Mr. And Mrs. Smith,” said Posey. “Last time I was there for ‘High Fidelity. ,
Posey – also known for her scene-stealing roles in “Best in Show,” “and” Dazed and Confused. bought triplex at 365 W 19th St. in 2019 for $1.49 million, as the Post reported at the time.
It’s in a brownstone between Eighth and Ninth avenues was built in 1910,
The one-bedroom, 1½-bath co-op features a large, sunlit living room with a double-height woodburning fireplace. Design details include exposed brick, crescent windows and frosted glass walls. There’s also an open dining area, a chef’s kitchen, and a spiral staircase that leads to a skylight in the main bedroom, a walk-in closet, and a clawfoot tub in the bathroom.
The third floor opens onto a landscaped roof deck with a retractable awning and built-in planters. There is also a potting shed with serving counter, refrigerator and water hookup.
“I see anyone living there who could turn to it, from the two-story spanning fireplace to the arched window to grow your flowers or herbs—to the terrace hosting gatherings. I think That a creative person would flourish there. It’s a gem,” said Posey.
As “a child of the ’70s”, Posey insisted on the original architecture of the apartment. “The artists were converting townhouses back when Chelsea was dangerous. Now they’re all hanging out in the galleries and laughing,” she said.
Despite listing the apartment, Posey said it was not a goodbye. “I have said ‘no’ to New York. The city is not out of the picture. Almost everyone who visits New York remembers it, or feels the energy of the city once in their heart and soul. It doesn’t leave you. I Feeling like a piece of Joan Didion has been at the fair too long. But we all know she came back,” said Posey.
The listing broker is Matthew Coleman of Coleman Real Estate.