Looks like Jordan Feldstein wanted to be much closer to big bro Jonah Hill. The talent manager (his clients include Maroon 5 and Robin Thicke) picked up a loft co-op at 37B Crosby Street in Soho, just a block away from Jonah’s current pad at 27 Howard Street. City records show that Feldstein paid $2.3 million for the quirky duplex, which features exposed brick, fire engine-red railings, a custom wine cellar, and a private garden.
37B Crosby Street
This two-bedroom, two-bathroom loft comes from a historic building at 37B Crosby Street, between Broome and Grand in Soho, that’s been converted to a cooperative. Like many other downtown loft apartments, it is distinguished by its massive “great room”–an open living room, dining room and kitchen. Unlike the traditional loft, the bedrooms are built out in separate spaces.
The design is completely modern and refined, paired with those great old loft details like high ceilings, big windows and exposed brick (there are even two working fireplaces throughout the apartment). It’s all up for sale asking a cool $2 million. The apartment last sold in 2008 for $1.495 million.