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Inside the $2.8 Million ‘Sex and the City’ Apartment

Now divorced, Candace Bushnell, creator of “Sex and the City,” and ballet dancer Charles Askegard, have listed the swanky Manhattan apartment for $2.8 million.

“Sex and the City” creator Candace Bushnell has put her high-rise Manhattan apartment, located on East 9th Street in a pre-war, 1925 doorman building, on the market.
Bushnell is single again, much like Carrie Bradshaw, the iconic character she created. The series and two movies were based on Bushnell’s hit column, “Sex and the City.” In 2005, the apartment was the cover story in Elle Decor, where Bushnell, 53, told the magazine:

‘I love things that are old and glittery, that come with layers of glamour and past lives. So the moment my husband and I walked into our apartment for the first time, we knew that this was it.’

Last year, Bushnell divorced her husband, ballet dancer Charles Askegard, after she discovered an affair between him and a much-younger ballerina.
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