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Alec Baldwin expands his Manhattan real estate empire

Alec Baldwin expands his Manhattan real estate empire

Alec Baldwin isn’t only the best in a spoofing President Donald Trump on Saturday Night Live, he is also a businessman who expands his Manhattan real estate empire. The family man wants to lay the solid base for his women.

The Emmy Award-winning actor Alec Baldwin is one of the most successful Baldwin brothers, now, he seems to be more in love with New York than ever before. The SNL star is stealthily buying up multiple apartments on a single floor of Devonshire House — a grand prewar building at 28 E. 10th St. in the Greenwich Village.

Recently, Mr Baldwin has bought his third unit at the same floor for $1.31 million. In an off-market transaction, he nabbed 12G. Mansion Global first reported the deal. Details of the new apartment are not publicly listed, that deal seems to offer more room for his brood, especially because all three apartments could be combined into one.

Alec Baldwin's apartments

Baldwin’s another passion: real estate

Baldwin is a father-of-four, his first child is Ireland Baldwin, from his previous marriage to Kim Basinger. The young American model isn’t the favourite dad’s kid but he is a responsible parent.

The second marriage gave Alec three children from his yoga-loving wife, Hilaria: Carmen, Leonardo and Rafael. Baldwin is so passionate about real estate that he named his production company, El Dorado Pictures, after the El Dorado, the grand Upper West Side building where he lived before moving downtown.

Baldwin sold his home there, at 300 Central Park West, for $9.5 million in 2011. In May, he sold a separate, one-bedroom unit in the same building for $1.25 million.