Just a few blocks from Carrie Bradshaw’s fictional “Sex and the City” is a West Village apartment fit for a model, TV star… or a spy.
John Kortajarena, one of the world’s top models, contract to sell His flashy studio at 22 Perry St., which last asked for $1.14 million. Kortajrena played the role of Felix Cordova in the CIA espionage thriller series “Quantico” starring Priyanka Chopra. (the trend described his role As in upping the hot man quotient.)
He will also appear in the new Gal Gadot spy thriller series “Heart of Stone,” which will be released later this year. Kortajarena, a favorite of designers like Tom Ford — who first brought Kortajarena on screen in “A Single Man” with Colin Firth — is also a muse for top photographers.
Kortajarena initially listed the studio last year for $1.19 million. “It was her pied-à-terre while living in New York,” said a source, adding that the Spanish model and actor is now spending most of her time in Europe. Kortarajena bought the unit in 2014 for $800,000, according to property records.
The unit is a comfortable 457 square feet, and has southern and eastern exposures with views of the West Village. It also comes with a wood-burning fireplace, a marble bath, and an updated open kitchen. Additionally, the apartment features a king-sized bed, a separate desk area, and a furnished open living room – all included in the sale.
The 21-unit, five-story condo was built in 1987 and boasts turreted ceilings.
Listing brokers are Steve Gould and William McLarnon of Corcoran.