Harvey Weinstein and Georgina Chapman in 2017 before their split
Harvey Weinstein’s real estate portfolio is disappearing almost as quickly as the movie mogul’s career. In the past three months, Weinstein has sold off three homes—a Hamptons estate, a Connecticut waterfront estate, and a New York City townhouse—which he shared with his estranged wife, Georgina Chapman. Also on the market, albeit just to rent: a cottage in West Hollywood in Weinstein’s name, which was listed last month. The biggest sale for Weinstein and Chapman, however, is the sale of their main New York City residence, which Weinstein purchased in 2006 before marrying the fashion designer. Here, a look at the $51.6 million in property that Weinstein has unloaded so far this year.
The Hamptons House
Weinstein and Chapman picked up a seven-bedroom mansion in Amagansett in 2014 for $11.65 million, but they soon put the house back on the market, for $13.5 million. When there were no buyers, the couple relisted the sprawling vacation home last July at $12.4 million. But once again, the house languished on the market—until three days after Chapman announced she was leaving Weinstein amid the scandal. It was pulled off the market the morning of October 13, 2017, and sold at a loss in an off-market deal in January 2018.
SOLD: January 2018
FINAL COST: $10 million
BUYER: The sale was an off-market deal with the buyer identified as Taisho Holding Inc., a corporation that may possibly be linked to the Tokyo-based Taisho Pharmaceutical conglomerate, according to local Hamptons website 27East.
The West Village Townhouse
In 2006, the year before Chapman and Weinstein officially tied the knot, the moviemaker picked up a West Village townhouse in a prime location for $14.5 million. The single-family home, built in 1915, was the primary residence for Weinstein and his family. The four-story townhouse measures more than 5,000 square feet.
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SOLD: March 2018
PRICE: $25.6 million
BUYER: The sale was reportedly an off-market deal to an anonymous buyer who purchased the home through the company Chegret LLC.
The Connecticut Country Estate
The oceanfront Westport, Connecticut, estate, comprised of two waterfront properties, was the location of Weinstein and Chapman’s 2007 nuptials. Weinstein purchased the two parcels of land over the span of six years, in conjunction with first wife Eve Chilton. The pair purchased the smaller property in 1994, paying $4.24 million for an 8,896-square-foot black-shuttered Colonial sitting on 2.38 acres of land. Six years later, the then-married couple shelled out $4 million for the vacant 3.33-acre property next door, which still remains undeveloped to this day. The media mogul retained the estate in his 2004 divorce from Chilton.
SOLD: March 2018
PRICE: $16 million
BUYER: The sale was an off-market deal to Weinstein’s neighbor Andrew Bentley.
The West Hollywood Cottage
A 1,386-square-foot Tudor-style cottage in Weinstein’s name, which he purchased in 2015, was put on the rental market for $7,495 a month in early March. The smallest of Weinstein’s properties, with two bedrooms and two bathrooms, it is also the only one remaining in his real estate portfolio.
LISTED: March 2018
PRICE: $7,495 per month to rent