Steven Soderbergh finally finds buyer for full-floor Chelsea apartment

The apartment first hit the market asking $5M in 2014

Jan.January 21, 2017 11:30 AM

Producer and director Steven Soderbergh has sold his three-bedroom Chelsea apartment and we’re presuming that neither sex, lies or a videotape were needed to close the deal.

The three-bedroom apartment at 147 West 22nd Street brought $4.8 million, after initially putting it on the market for $5 million in 2014, according to public records.

The full-floor apartment spans 4,000 square feet. According to the listing, the apartment boasts a “pin-drop quiet media room,” as well as a spa bathroom “replete with Zuma soaking tub, Carrera marble and steam shower.” It seems like an ideal set for sweating it out after screening on of Soderbergh more artistic films like “The Girlfriend Experience.”

The buyer is Bryan Goldberg as trustee of Brygo Trust.

Sodenbergh bought an $8.5 million condo at the Harrison, at 7 Harrison Street in Tribeca, in 2015.


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