Mike Myers sells second Soho penthouse after three years

August 9, 2018

Photo of Mike Myers via Wikimedia

Finally! Back in 2007, Mike Myers bought two units in Soho’s 72 Mercer Street–a sixth/seventh-floor duplex penthouse for $8 million and a fifth-floor two-bedroom for $3.4 million. The idea was likely to combine them, but he never made the jump, instead deciding to list them in 2015, first individually and then for a combined total of $21.5 million. In April, he finally unloaded the penthouse for the reduced price of $13.2 million, and now the Post reports that the smaller unit has also gone into contract. Though the final sale price isn’t yet available, it was last listed for $4 million.

The two-bedroom, two and a half bath unit measures a bit over 2,100 square feet. It sits on the “highest non-penthouse apartment” floor, according to the listing.

An elevator opens onto the living space, which boasts a gas fireplace and floor to ceiling windows overlooking Mercer Street.

The kitchen has stainless steel countertops and top-of-the-line appliances, including a vented cooktop. Right next to the kitchen, a dining area seats 10 people.

The master bedroom has East-facing windows that open onto a private balcony. The ensuite bathroom features lots of marble, dual sinks and a glass-enclosed rain shower.

The brightly-lit guest bedroom down the hall also has its own bathroom. Amenities of the apartment include laundry, central air-conditioning and hard-to-find private storage in the building’s basement.

As 6sqft previously explained:

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.

The actor now lives outside the city with his family.

[Listing: 72 Mercer Street, 5W by Leonard Steinberg, Herve Senequier, Amy Mendizabal, Lois Planco, and Calli Sarkesh of Compass]

[Via NYP]


Listing photos courtesy of Compass

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