2.9 million for New York City riverside flat
Feb 28, 2023
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Abstract: Longtime drummer Anton Figge, who played in Paul Shaffer's house band on The Late Show with David Letterman, is ready to move.

The musician recently listed his luxury loft-style flat on Manhattan's West Side for $2.995 million. He paid $2.404 million for it in 2015.


Located on the Hudson River, just steps from Riverside Park, the flat is a three-bedroom, two-bathroom, 1,700-square-foot pre-war home with spectacular views from its large windows.


Built in 1907, this flat has a solid foundation and has been beautifully updated with a variety of modern conveniences.


The unit is located in the southwest corner of the building and has custom windows that flood its living and dining spaces with natural light.


The 9.5ft high ceilings give a tall feel and the dark oak floors give a chic feel.


The fully equipped kitchen has a luxury hob, Bosch dishwasher and Waterworks tap.


Plenty of cupboards and other built-in storage enhance the functionality of the whole home.


Of course, one bedroom is used as a music room; but it could also be repurposed as an office, gym or nursery.


Nearby, the master bathroom features Spanish tiles and a deep Kohler double bath.


The co-op building has a wealth of amenities, including a live-in caretaker, a full-time doorman service, bike storage and a car park - albeit with a waiting list.


Feig began playing drums at the age of four and eventually earned a music degree from the New England Conservatory of Music in Boston.


As well as working on late night television for nearly 30 years and performing with music legends such as Miles Davis, Bruce Springsteen and Tony Bennett, the 70-year-old professional drummer has played for Cyndi Lauper, Madonna, Mick Jagger and Bob Dylan.