Michael C Hall

Celebrities, Cool Listings, Greenwich Village

Michael C. Hall, 160 West 12th Street, Celebrities, Celebrity Real estate, Greenwich lane, Dexter, Six Feet Under, Greenwich Village, new developments

“Dexter” star Michael C. Hall (whom you might also love from “Six Feet Under” or David Bowie’s “Lazarus”) made celebrity real estate news just last week for the purchase of a $4.3 million two-bedroom apartment in the new Greenwich Lane complex at 160 West 12th Street. Now the New York Post reports that the apartment is available for rent for $15,000 a month.

The actor, who successfully fought cancer at age 38, recently married longtime girlfriend Morgan Macgregor, an associate editor at the Los Angeles Review of Books. He also recently sold his Los Feliz home for $4.85 million, so while the couple may be warming up to New York City living, it makes sense to put the prime Village property to good use from day one.

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Celebrities, Greenwich Village, Recent Sales

Michael C. Hall, 160 West 12th Street, Celebrities, Celebrity Real estate, Greenwich lane, Dexter, Six Feet Under, Greenwich Village, new developments

“Dexter” and “Six Feet Under” co-star Michael C. Hall recently turned up in city records as the buyer of a two-bedroom apartment at 160 West 12th Street for $4.3 million, according to Luxury Listings. The 1,586-square-foot condominium in the Greenwich Lane complex has beamed ceilings, a chef’s kitchen, marble mosaic flooring in the bath, and a view of the pretty Greenwich Village street.

Hall recently married longtime girlfriend Morgan Macgregor, an associate editor at the Los Angeles Review of Books, and he also recently sold his Los Feliz home for $4.85 million, so it seems the couple may be warming up to New York City living.

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