Emily Evelyn Chase is the youngest daughter of actor and comic Chevy Chase. The comic legend and his daughter recently sold their Park Slope apartment at 145 Park Place. That too is around the same amount she bought it for.
Emily and her dad got the full asking price for that apartment. They sold the house at $989,000. She bought the condo with her father back in 2018 for $912,000. They put it back on the market last November.
Chevy congratulated his daughter, her itemizing dealer Steven Marvin of Serhant and his lawyer Jonathan Movtady on his Instagram account. “Congratulations to my daughter, @em_chases on the sale of her apartment. Special thanks to @stevemarvin and @jonnymov @serhant” he wrote.
Emily, who works as a senior manager for the National Audubon Society, left Park Slope for her parents’ home in Westchester at the start of lockdown in March 2020. Now she works remotely and not needs to be on the Audubon workplace within the West Village.
NYPost reports Emily expressed her feelings about going back to her parent’s house to Gimme.
“Moving back in with my parents in my 30s was quite an experiment. It’s been a lot of fun. We are big animal people. Between us, there are three cats, four dogs, some chickens and a couple of old horses”.
My father is 78 and being able to spend quality time and to just hang out and do things like watch ‘The Bachelor’ together has been great”.
Her apartment in a complex that includes a landmarked eight-story building facing Park Place and a new construction building facing Flatbush. It was on fourth floor and has one-bedroom, one-bathroom. Condo is 1,060 square feet.
The chic unit boasts bamboo floors, high ceilings, oversize windows, lots of closet space and views of the city skyline, including the World Trade Center. The condo opens to a foyer that leads to an open living/dining area and an alcove that can work as a home office.
Checkout some snaps from her newly sold condo :