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How Much is Harvey Weinstein and Georgina Chapman's real estate portfolio actually worth?

The Property Addict / Luxury Lifestyle

United States of America

Oct 17 2017

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Carson Griffith, Architectural Digest

Harvey Weinstein and Georgina Chapman have shared a lot of things together: ten years of marriage, two children, four multi-million dollar properties, and an estimated net worth of $240–$300 million. All of these things will be part of the discussion if the fashion designer and the disgraced movie mogul, who has been the subject of a number of reports by actresses of alleged sexual harassment and sexual assault, formally divorce. The fact the couple’s Hamptons mansion was pulled from the market just three days after Chapman announced she was leaving—perhaps indicating she wouldn’t want the house selling until a divorce settlement was reached—may even be a sign Weinstein and Chapman are more likely headed for a courtroom than a marriage counselor. But really how much is on the line when it comes to real estate if Weinstein and Chapman call it quits for good? We take a look at the numbers* here.

*value at time of sale; current inflation or devaluation not taken into consideration


Weinstein and Chapman's Westport, Connecticut, home


LOCATION: Westport, Connecticut

PRICETAG: $4,240,000

More than a decade before Weinstein met Chapman (and another before he would be hit with claims of alleged sexual harassment and sexual assault by actresses he worked with over the years), the movie executive was just a guy from Queens who wanted to be close to his mommy. At least that’s how Chapman once explained why her husband originally purchased a megamansion in Westport, Connecticut: It was near to where his mother had relocated. The home, which is technically two properties put together according to Trulia, has eight and a half baths and is nearly 9,000 square feet. Despite their large residence in New York City, the Weinstein-Chapman clan spent a good amount of time in their “country house,” and the couple even got married there in 2007. In 2012, Weinstein hosted a star-studded fundraiser for former President Barack Obama on the property with 60 select but important guests, including Justin Timberlake and Anne Hathaway.

Harvey Weinstein's townhouse in the West Village


LOCATION: New York, New York

PRICETAG: $14,950,000

In 2006, the year before Chapman and Weinstein officially tied the knot, the movie-maker picked up a West Village townhouse for $14,950,000. According to Trulia, the single-family home was built in 1915, measures more than 5,000-square-feet, and is at an enviable location: right near the celeb-favored Waverly Inn. But for Weinstein, who still owns the home, the location has been more of a problem than paradise. Paparazzi have been camped outside his house hoping to get a shot of him coming or going. Weinstein, however, is reportedly in a rehabilitation center in Arizona being treated for sex addiction.

TOTAL = $19,190,000


LOCATION: Amagansett, New York

PRICETAG: $12,400,000

It wasn’t long after Weinstein and Chapman picked up a seven-bedroom mansion in Amagansett in 2014 for $11.65 million that the house was back on the market—this time for $13.5 million. But only after a price-cut, and the allure of a top-notch screening room complete with a state-of-the-art 3D screen and popcorn machine, did the house move on the market. The couple relisted the sprawling vacation home just this past July at $12.4 million. Weinstein even gave an interview to The Wall Street Journal, discussing how they simply don’t get enough opportunities to make it to the Hamptons. But once again, the house languished on the market—until three days after Chapman announced she was leaving Weinstein amid the scandal. It was pulled off once again the morning of October 13, 2017.

TOTAL = $31,590,000

Raymond Boyd

LOCATION: Los Angeles, California; New York City, New York

PRICETAG(S): $1,550,000 and $1,700,000 respectively

Compared to his other properties, the $1,550,000 home Weinstein bought in West Hollywood in 2015 seems like a steal! But technically, it wasn’t for the mogul himself, but a purchase for his oldest daughter (unrelated to Chapman). According to Variety, Chapman also dabbled in real estate on her own: Two years after marrying Weinstein, in 2009, she purchased a two-bedroom, two-bathroom apartment in the West Village for $1.7 million which she co-owns with her brother, Edward, who also serves as Marchesa’s CEO. It’s unknown whether this property is in Chapman’s name still.


SOURCE: Architectural Digest


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