The handsome and beefy bodied pop culture maven–his 2012 autobiography is eligible Most Talkative: Stories from the Front Lines of Pop Culture–won’t need to schlep his backgammon board and collection of coffee table books very far since 2003 he’s possessed and occupied a likewise (and maybe identically) laid out two-bedroom apartment a few floors below his new he bought in 2003 for an unknown quantity. The tchotcke-filled apartment has been photographed for a flattery bio-piece last-minute (2013) at The New York Times.
Believe it or not, children, the reality television super-guru comes out of a (slightly) more serious television background. In 2004 he received a renowned Peabody Award for executive producing the documentary The N-Word and at 2010 that he received an Emmy among the executive producers of Bravo’s Top Chef series. Last November (2013) Mister Cohen resigned from his strong (and no doubt lucrative) article as the EVP of Original Programming and Development at cable juggernaut Bravo but nonetheless functions as the executive producer of the the runaway successful Real Housewives of… franchise and also for the next two years may even stay the spirits swilling host of Bravo’s boozy night-time chat show What’s Happens: Live. Mister Cohen established his own production firm , which he not surprisingly called Most Talkative, with a deal to develop prime-time shows due to his former employer. Anyhoodles, poodles…
According to dimensions shown on the floor plan including with digital advertising and marketing substances Your Mama guesstimates the angled, high-floor apartment spans somewhere near 1,200 square feet with 2 en-suite bedrooms situated on opposite ends of the flat for maximum privacy. List details reveal maintenance fees rack up to a hefty $2,525.70 a month.
Additional residents/owners in Mister Cohen’s distinguished building comprise Oscar-winner Sally Field, who picked her up high-floor flat at October 2011 for $2,550,000, and Marissa Sackler, the creator of this non-profit small business incubator Beespace, who paid $12.5 million to her terraced duplex penthouse in August 2011 and is one of the many daughters of the late Purdue Pharmaceuticals co-founder and art patron Mortimer Sackler.
As well as his urban aerie(s), the out and proud Mister Cohen possesses a compact, bay front cottage in a weary and not so long ago unfashionable part of East Hampton, NY.
*The apartment was recorded for $2,525,000 so, given that property records show he paid $2.57+ million, it appears Mister Cohen faced some stiff competition that drove up the sale cost.