“I’m just not there very much,” said Feldman, who spends most of his time in New York with Guthrie and their 1-year-old daughter. His company also has an office there. “At this point it’s a very elaborate form of storage.”
The five-bedroom, four-bath townhouse (price tag is $2.1 million, listed by Daryl Judy and Kimberly Casey of Washington Fine Properties) was the site of plenty a celeb-studded soiree, including wee-hours-of-the-morning after-after parties following the White House correspondents’ dinner. “It’s bittersweet,” Feldman says. “But hopefully someone else will have some fun there, too.”
Buyers might not have enough time to snap up the property to throw their own post-WHCD bacchanal (the dinner is April 30), but perhaps next year? A-listers might like amenities like the rooftop party space or the wine cellar — but alas, the guest list, which has included the likes of Bon Jovi, Elizabeth Banks and Rashida Jones, doesn’t convey.