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Celebrities, Cool Listings, Soho

Justin Timberlake is really trying to say “bye, bye, bye” to his Soho penthouse. He and wife Jessica Biel dropped $20 million on a flashy new penthouse at celeb-hotspot 443 Greenwich in March 2017, so a year later, they put their previous Soho penthouse on the market for $8 million. They bought the home at Soho Mews for just over $6.5 million in 2010, but in the eight months since they’ve listed it, the price has dropped four times. The Daily Mail spotted the most recent price chop, which brings the ask down to $6.35 million, meaning the power couple would take a loss on the sale.

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Celebrities, Cool Listings, Interiors, Soho

A year ago, Justin Timberlake, his wife Jessica Biel, and their young son Silas decided to call Tribeca home with a $20 million penthouse buy at 443 Greenwich Street. That left Timberlake with an unwanted penthouse at the Soho Mews, which the singer/actor/all-around celeb paid just over $6.5 million for in 2010. Curbed now reports that he’s listed the sleek spread on the market for $7.995 million with Stribling broker-to-the-stars Jared Seligman. Any interested party will be buying into a celebrity-friendly condo that Meg Ryan and Jake Gyllenhaal have also called home.

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Cool Listings, Soho

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The name is as flashy as its leather-wrapped walls and furnishings and smoked-glass kitchen:  Townhouse One at Soho Mews spans 3,855 square feet on two floors and offers five bedrooms and a discreet private entrance on Soho‘s bustling Wooster Street. Asking $9.5 million, this palatial “townhouse” gets access to the amenities of the stylish Soho Mews condominium at 311 West Broadway including a concierge, a gym and parking.

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