Mike Myers sells $14M Tribeca condo at a loss

Comedian listed the pad at 443 Greenwich a month after buying it in December

New York /
Mar.March 23, 2017 12:40 PM

Comedian Mike Myers can’t be laughing now. The “Austin Powers” star just sold his never-lived-in Tribeca condominium for a loss.

Myers, who tried to flip the apartment at 443 Greenwich Street, unloaded the condo unit for $14 million — a discount from the $15 million asking price and $675,000 less than he paid for the apartment.

The buyer, identified in property records as JJR443 LLC, closed on March 16 for around $3,301 per square foot.

Myers paid $14.675 million for the 4,241-square-foot condo in December and re-listed it a month later for $15 million. Compass’ TRData LogoTINY Leonard Steinberg, Herve Senequier, Amy Mendizabal and Calli Sarkesh had the listing, according to StreetEasy.

The four-bedroom condo is accessible via private elevator and has 14 arched windows and wide white oak flooring. The building has a 4,000-square-foot central courtyard, porte cochere, Rooftop Terrace and a 71-foot indoor swimming pool.


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