If “Sex and the City” character Carrie Bradshaw still resided in her one-bedroom apartment on the Upper East Side, it would cost a bit more than what it deserved when she initially lived there.
The fashionista author apparently paid just $700 monthly for the apartment she leased on 245 E. 73rd. The issue? It doesn’t truly exist. The last door on the block, near Second Avenue, is No. 243.
Most of the shots seen on the hit program were in fact shot in the West Village, at the stoop of 66 Perry St.
But, if you wished to score a one-bedroom, one-bathroom apartment in the Upper East Side community today, you’d now need to spend a minimum of $3,000 monthly, according to John Walkup, co-founder of real-estate information analytics business UrbanDigs. Since there is no doorman, no elevator and it’s in a pre-war townhouse, the typical cost would be thought about a bit less expensive than other alternatives in the tony community.
“To buy the apartment: Based on recent post-reopening sales, it would cost between $550-$600K,” Walkup discussed. “To rent the apartment: It would cost between $3K-$3.5K per month.”
On the other hand, if you were considering a location in the fashionable West Village, Walkup states a location like the one shot in the program would cost up of $880,000 to own, and usually, about $4,100 to lease.
Cattrall, 64, has actually been singing about her choice to step far from the franchise for excellent following the most recent movie – “Sex and the City 2” – which premiered over a years earlier.
Sarah Jessica Parker, 55, Kristin Davis, 55, and Cynthia Nixon, 54, are all set to repeat their functions as Carrie, Charlotte York Goldenblatt and Miranda Hobbes.