Hilary and Chad: Not Splitting Yet?
Have Hilary Swank and Chad Lowe changed their minds—not about divorcing but about selling? The actors put their Charles Street four-story up for sale a few months ago at $8.25 million, with independent broker Michael Bolla. But now the house appears to have been taken off the market, though its marketing Website, 33charlesstreet.com, is still up. One source says no offers were accepted, despite lots of interest, and that Lowe and Swank wanted to see if they could get more with another broker; the front-runner appears to be Robby Browne of the Corcoran Group, who represented them as buyers in 2002. Browne was unreachable for comment, and Bolla would not discuss particulars.
Up at 770 Park Avenue, insiders say that Democratic fund-raiser Connie Milstein is once again seeking a buyer for her $20 million duplex. The five-bedroom, six-bath co-op has already had one interested suitor, who has withdrawn his offer. The co-op board at 770 prescreens applicants, and one source guesses he didn’t pass the board’s rigorous review.