Analisse Taft-Gersten, founder of the ALT for Living furniture and decor showroom, lives in a sprawling modern Greenwich, Conn., home with her husband, James Gersten — co-founder of Manhattan taco mini-chain La Esquina and a food and hospitality consultant — and their kids.
But the couple also own a little Murray Hill pied-à-terre, for when they had work events in the city that is walking distance from Grand Central Terminal.
They are now putting the studio on the market for $599,000.
The 14th-floor co-op is at 10 Park Ave. — a 26-story tower built in 1932 as an art deco hotel.
“We had always had our eyes on this historic building, and several of our friends were living there, too,” Taft-Gersten told Gimme Shelter.
But then she opened a second showroom in Los Angeles. Many of Gersten’s projects and clients are also outside of the city, so “it didn’t make sense” to keep it.
The light-filled co-op features a windowed chef’s kitchen and an entrance gallery that can morph into a home office or dining “alcove,” according to the listing.
There’s also a living/bedroom area that can fit a king-size bed and prewar details, including casement windows, beamed ceilings, molding and oak floors. Building amenities include a landscaped roof terrace.
The couple bought the unit for $505,000 in 2018, according to property records.
The listing broker is Michael J. Franco, of Compass.