image of ira glass and the chelsea apartment he's sellingLooks like the famous host of “This American Life” is moving on to a new episode of NYC living. According to 6sqft, Ira Glass and his now ex-wife, Anaheed Alani, are selling their 1-bedroom Chelsea condo. The home is now listed on StreetEasy for $1.75 million, and should make a pleasing abode for a storyteller of any kind — especially after its recent gut renovation.

image of apartment at 159 W 24th St. in Chelsea, New York City

The apartment, at 159 W. 24th St. in Chelsea, features a corner placement in the Carriage House, a 24-unit building converted into residences in 2012. And it has all the niceties of a modern luxury condo: the de rigueur wide-plank oak floors; stainless steel appliances from Wolf, Sub Zero, and Miele; quartzite countertops; and all-new fixtures in the bathroom. The building includes a roof deck, part-time night attendant and private storage.

image of apartment at 159 W. 24th St. in New York City

Glass and Alani purchased the condo in 2012 for $1.265 million. Their tenure there was marred by a spat over pest problems: According to the New York Post, the condo board sued the couple for failing to deal with a rat and bedbug infestation. (Glass and Alani denied the charges, saying the infestation started in another apartment.) In any event, a gut renovation has the place looking gorgeous these days.

image of Ira Glass former apartment

detail of apartment in Chelsea, New York

Ira Glass' former bathroom

image of the Carriage House condo building in Chelsea, New York City

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