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“Law & Order” star snags $3.25M ask for Noho co-op

Actor's loft has, in past lives, housed a sweatshop, Yiddish theater -- and adult cinema

March 14, 2014 02:50PM

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From left: Actor B.D. Wong and 25 East 4th Street

From left: Actor B.D. Wong and 25 East 4th Street

“Law & Order: Special Victims Unit” star B.D. Wong, who starred as Dr. George Huang on the long-running NBC show, has unloaded his Noho loft.

Rob Morea, Wong’s broker and personal trainer, told Curbed that the ground-floor apartment at 25 East 4th Street is in contract for the full $3.25 million ask. With a below-ground bedroom that doesn’t get a lot of light, the home is “not the place for a daylight queen,” Wong told the New York Times in a 2012 profile of the home. Still, the unit, which has in past lives been a sweatshop, Yiddish theater and a X-rated movie house, according to Curbed, spreads across 2,950 square feet and boasts doors repurposed from a Philadelphia bank, bathroom with an antique Chinese vanity and vintage ceramic tub.

Wong purchased the unit in 2005 for $1.25 million. [Curbed] Julie Strickland

  • wokka2

    WTF !! How do these Law and Order stars make so much money ??? Hargarity ? Christopher Meloni and now Wong?? I thought L&O was just a place to train while you look for better gigs.. These 3 have a lot of money and great real estate

    • BenVC

      The show has been on for like a decade and is syndicated around the world. Being a regular on a show like Law and Order is one of the best possible gigs for an actor. The brass ring.


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