Mike Myers finally unloads $14M Soho penthouse
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After three years on the market, Mike Myers‘ Soho penthouse has gone into contract. The actor bought the duplex at 72 Mercer Street back in 2007 for just under $8 million and renovated to its current contemporary state. He first listed in 2015 for $17 million, shortly after adding another unit in the building to the sale, upping the combo price to $21.5 million. This past November, Myers tried yet again, relisting the original penthouse unit for the reduced price of $14 million, and it looks like that did the trick as it’s now in contract.
The 4,204-square-foot apartment boasts a private elevator and 14-foot ceilings. The living room has a modern fireplace, along with floor-to-ceiling, custom-designed bookshelves.
Next to the living area is the super-bright kitchen–made so thanks to a skylight above the staircase– that’s outfitted with maple and aluminum cabinetry and stone counters.
The lower level holds all three bedrooms, including the master suite.
The massive private terrace is spread across two levels and is both landscaped and irrigated. It’s shaded by a pergola, offers great skyline views, and has several different seating areas.
Myers had much better luck selling his Tribeca apartment, a similarly contemporary loft at 443 Greenwich Street. He bought this unit for $14.65 million at the beginning of 2017, re-listing it just a week later for the slightly higher price of $15 million. It then sold in one month.
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