It looks like Harry Styles quietly snagged an $8.7M apartment at 443 Greenwich

Former One Direction star would be latest A-lister to buy in the building

May.May 04, 2017 10:45 AM

443 Greenwich Street and Harry Styles (Credit: Getty Images)

Harry Styles may have followed his celebrity brethren to what’s quickly become Tribeca’s most A-list building — 443 Greenwich Street.

A trust seemingly linked to the former “One Direction” star turned solo artist quietly nabbed an $8.71 million apartment at the building last year, The Real Deal has learned. A woman by the same name as Styles’ personal assistant, Emma Spring, is listed as the trustee on the deed, records show.

The singer likely inked the contract for the unit way back in June 2015, when he was reportedly shopping in Tribeca for a New York home. The deal closed last year.

His spokesperson could not immediately be reached.

The pad, a 2,868-square-foot three-bedroom unit, is one of 45 homes at the pre-war building.

Jared Seligman of Douglas Elliman, who brokered the deal for the buyer, declined to confirm that Styles was his client.

Justin Timberlake, Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively, and Jennifer Lawrence have all snagged units at the property. The building is also just a few blocks from where Taylor Swift, Styles’ rumored ex-girlfriend, lives at 155 Franklin Street.

Styles recently released his debut solo single, “Sign of the Times.” His first solo album is slated to come out on May 12.

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