Bobby Flay finally sells $5.6M Chelsea Mercantile home



Bobby Flay has finally sold his Chelsea spread for $5.6 million, according to city property records filed Wednesday.

That price may sound high but the apartment at 252 Seventh Ave. — aka the Chelsea Mercantile — had been on and off the market for years. It asked $7.95 million when it listed for sale in 2015 following his split with his then-wife, Stephanie March, of “Law & Order: SVU.”

Flay’s 3,256-square-foot duplex comes with three bedrooms, three bathrooms, a home office, lounge with a bar and a top chef’s kitchen.

Interiors were by MG Company, which designed some of Flay’s restaurants over the years.

Last year, Flay bought a new-construction home out west in the Hollywood Hills of Los Angeles for $7.6 million — down from its original asking price of $9.7 million.

An interior shot of the apartment.
The home has 3,256 square feet of belly-pleasing space.
A game and bar area inside the Chelsea Mercantile home.
Hot pockets: A billiards room with a much-appreciated bar.
A kitchen and dining area inside the apartment.
Of course, there’s an amazing chef’s kitchen
Exterior of 252 Seventh Ave.
Flay first listed his apartment — located at 252 Seventh Ave. — back in 2015.
Douglas Elliman

On the deed for his New York City sale, Flay listed another address: 82 Nassau St. The top chef — whose Nolita restaurant, Gato, closed during the pandemic — is participating in New York-based billionaire Marc Lore’s new food delivery concept, Wonder, as we previously reported.


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