New York PostJennifer Gould Keil
Nov. 28, 2018
Singer/songwriter Nate Ruess, the frontman of pop band Fun., and Charlotte Ronson, the British fashion designer, have listed their Noho residence as a fully furnished six-month rental starting Dec. 1.
The cost: $16,000 per month, down from the unit’s $18,000 ask in October.
The 2,500-square-foot loft, featured in Architectural Digest last year, comes with two bedrooms and 2½ bathrooms. Ruess bought the pad, which was then redesigned by Gachot Studios and Paul Fortune, for $2.55 million in 2014.
The full-floor home’s most striking feature is its Granny Smith apple-colored kitchen. Other touches include ceilings over 12 feet high, white oak floors and oversize windows. The layout also has a master suite with a walk-in closet, a vintage Murano chandelier and a fireplace.
It’s a nice perch for a family: The couple welcomed a son, Levon Ronson-Ruess, in 2017 — thrilling Ronson’s twin sister, DJ Samantha Ronson, her Grammy-winning artist and producer brother Mark Ronson, and her mom, jewelry designer Ann Dexter-Jones, as Page Six reported at the time.
Actor/comedian Mario Cantone was interested in the apartment long-term, a spy says, but sadly for him, the spread is only available for a half-year stay. The listing broker is Jessica Campbell, of Nest Seekers International, who declined to comment.
|NoHo TWO BEDROOM DESIGNER LOFT/ AS SEEN IN ARCHITECTURAL DIGEST/ TURN-KEY SHORT TERM FURNISHED RENTAL|
|Jessica C. Campbell
Licensed Real Estate Salesperson