Everyone’s favorite “Law & Order” hunk is looking to ditch NYC for good. Christopher Meloni left the incredibly popular television show in 2011 after a 12-year run, relocating with his family to a home in the Hollywood Hills. The following year, he put his 3,000-square-foot, three-bedroom Park Imperial condo on the market for $12 million, but after failing to get the asking price, he settled on renting it out for the past several years. Now it’s back, asking a significantly reduced $8.95 million (he bought the Midtown West pad for $5.45 million back in 2005), reports the Wall Street Journal.
Meloni recounted to the Journal his first time walking into the 60th floor apartment at 230 West 56th Street: “I will never forget that moment as long as I live. It felt like that clichéd moment—you’ve finally made it.” After purchasing the home, which has striking views of Central Park, both rivers, and even Yankee Stadium, he and his wife renovated it and tore out walls to ensure that every room took advantage of the sight lines. “It was really nice to have a sanctuary, but still feel connected to the life of the city,” he said.
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