Jonah Hill Puts Soho Loft on the Market for $3.8 Million, Looking to Make a $1 Million Profit

Posted On Thu, August 14, 2014 By

Posted On Thu, August 14, 2014 By In Celebrities, Cool Listings, Interiors, Soho

Looks like celebrities like flipping, too. Just two years after Jonah Hill bought his Soho loft at 27 Howard Street for $2.65 million, he’s put it back on the market for over a million dollars more. Now listed at $3,795,00, this full-floor, 2,000-square-foot pad was originally a two-bedroom when Hill moved in, but it’s currently configured as a massive one-bedroom space. And with an estimated net worth of $30 million, why not spread out and live the good life?

27 Howard Street, Jonah Hill, Soho cast iron buildings

With 13-foot ceilings and picture windows looking down Crosby Street, this spacious second-floor home does not disappoint. It retains its original hardwood floors, exposed brick, and fireplace, but has been renovated to include modern fixtures and amenities.

27 Howard Street, Jonah Hill, Soho cast iron buildings

No word on if Jonah likes to cook, but he certainly has the kitchen for it. The marble bathroom and oversized living space are not too shabby, either.

27 Howard Street, Jonah Hill, Soho cast iron buildings

Built in 1915, the cast iron building has six floors and six apartments. Hill bought his unit in 2012, just as his career started heating up, and now that he’s made it to the Hollywood big leagues, he’s likely looking to up his real estate game. He also owns a two-bedroom apartment at the Lofts at Laurel Court in West Hollywood.

[Listing: 27 Howard Street, 2nd Floor by Jared Seligman for Douglas Elliman]

[Via Daily News and CityRealty]

Photos Courtesy of Douglas Elliman

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