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Theater fans, this is your week for real-estate shopping. The super-talented Judith Ivey, now headlining at the Cherry Lane Theatre as advice columnist Ann Landers in The Lady With All the Answers, has started looking for a buyer for the West Eighties brownstone she and her husband have occupied for the past decade or so. (It’s been on the market since early this year, with the most recent price cut taking it down to $5.995 million.) The five-story house is fully renovated; it’s technically a three-unit co-op but can be delivered vacant and reconfigured. Listing brokers Don Correia (who starred as Don Lockwood in the eighties Broadway production of Singin’ in the Rain), William Barton, and Judy Oston (neither of whom has any theater background) of Halstead Property had no comment on the sale.

A bit south, on West 62nd Street, there’s another Broadway-inflected offering. Actor Gary Beachwho won Tony, Drama Desk, and Outer Critics Circle awards as Roger DeBris in The Producers, is packing up all those trophies. He’s listed his one-bedroom condo for $985,000 with Corcoran’s Wendy Sarasohn.


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