A duplex penthouse that was once owned by Mariska Hargitay, star of the "Law and Order: Special Victims Unit," which is built around a gilded dome on top of Manhattan's O'Neill building, is now on the market for $ 11.5 million. That's lower than its sale price of $ 14 million in 2016.
Hargitay, daughter of Jayne Mansfield, bought the unit at 655 Sixth Ave. in Chelsea, for $ 7.12 million in 2007, property records show.
Then she sold it for $ 8.15 million in 2008, when she and her husband, the youngest star, Peter Hermann, moved their family to the residential area.
The buyers were the late New York real estate mogul Maurice Laboz and his wife, Ewa.
The four-room extension measures 4,819 square feet and has 2,549 square feet of outdoor space. There is also a large room with 53-foot-long glass walls that connects to the dome and two terraces.
The dome itself is now a study and media room, but could also be used as a bedroom.
Hargitay and Hermann have just listed their home, at 45 W. 84th St. on the Upper West Side, for $ 10.75 million, approximately what they paid for it. The 7,000-square-foot house has six levels and five or six rooms (depending on how it is organized).
Robby Browne, Chris Kann and Jennifer Ireland of Corcoran have the list of townhouses with Alexa Lambert of Stribling.
When Maurice Laboz died in 2015, he took his wife out of his will because they were in the process of divorcing. But he made sure to keep a controlling hand on the grave of his two daughters, who will inherit $ 10 million each when they turn 35.
The list's runner is Robert Falcone, of Douglas Elliman.