Hedge fund and Facebook power couple sell Tribeca spread for $7.5M


Dan Senor, author of “Start-Up Nation: The Story of Israel’s Economic Miracle,” and his wife, Campbell Brown, the ex-TV personality who now heads global news partnerships at Facebook, have sold their Tribeca loft for $7.47 million, according to property records.

And, we hear, they are moving uptown, to the Upper West Side, to be closer to their kids’ school.

The power couple bought the sprawling, 10th-floor loft at the Hastings Building, at 71 Murray St., for $3.9 million in 2010. 

It comes with four bedrooms and 3½ bathrooms. Originally asking $8.99 million, pre-pandemic, it had relisted for $7.47 million.

The light-filled space is 4,000 square feet and comes with city and Hudson River views.

Two keyed elevators open directly into an entrance gallery. Inside, there’s a 43-foot-long great room for living, dining and entertaining, along with a gas fireplace and a balcony.

There’s also a chef’s kitchen and a den that could also work as a home office or gym.

The main corner bedroom comes with two walk in closets, a home office with a custom built-in desk and an ensuite limestone-clad, spa-like bathroom.

The 13-story building was erected in 2001. The listing brokers were Deborah Grubman, Paul Albano and David Adler of Corcoran.

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