Mike Myers’ $15M Tribeca loft finds a buyer just a month after he bought it

February 8, 2017

“It’s freedom, baby, yeah!” At least from his Tribeca apartment. Mike Myers bought a $14.65 million loft in 443 Greenwich Street at the beginning of the year, but clearly had sudden a change of heart, re-listing it just a week later for the slightly higher price of $15 million. And now, only a month after purchasing the pad, it’s gone into contract, according to LL NYC. Now if only he could so easily unload his $15.95 million Mercer Street penthouse.


As 6sqft previously described, the four-bedroom, never-lived-in condo is similar in aesthetic to Myers’ Soho pad, “with lots of clean lines, warm wood and industrial details.” It boasts a private elevator, 14 large arched windows, exposed wood beams and columns, oak parquet floors, acid-etched glass, and a sprawling open plan.

The eat-in kitchen has Christopher Peacock cabinetry, Calacatta marble countertops, Wolf and Sub Zero appliances, and a wet bar.


The master suite comes complete with two walk-in closets and an en suite bathroom with radiant heated floors, a steam shower, and free-standing tub.

443 Greenwich Street

The LEED-certified building also comes with a bevy of amenities that the mystery buyer will have access to, including a 71-foot indoor pool, 5,000-square-foot roof terrace, 4,000-square-foot courtyard, fitness center with an adjacent Hamam, temperature-controlled wine cellar, and a private entry porte cochere and limited number of indoor parking spaces (which help make the building “paparazzi-proof).

[Listing: 443 Greenwich Street, Unit 5A at Compass]

[Via LL NYC]


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