In March 2015, Kathryn Bigelow (who in 2010 became the first woman to win the Academy Award for Best Director for her work on “The Hurt Locker” and subsequently gained more acclaim for “Zero Dark Thirty”) bought a $3.03 million condo in Tribeca, but she’s now decided to part ways with it. The Observer reports that Bigelow just listed the full-floor spread at 449 Washington Street for $2,895,000, meaning she’ll likely take a slight loss on the property.
Director Kathryn Bigelow, who in 2009 was the first woman to win the Academy Award for Best Director for her work on “The Hurt Locker,” has scooped up a $3 million pad at 449 Washington Street in Tribeca, according to city records released today. The boutique building contains only four units, all of which feature luxurious touches like white carrara marble, white oak hardwood floors, argon-insulated double-pane windows, artisanal hardware fittings, and natural finish cedar terraces. Interior photos for Bigelow’s exact unit aren’t available, but it appears that all four of the residences have been updated in the same sleek, contemporary style. The building’s maisonette unit is still available for $6.6 million if you want to be neighbors with this Oscar darling.