Jennifer Lawrence wants $27.5K a month for 443 Greenwich pad

"Hunger Games" star snagged the unit for $9M earlier this year

New York /
May.May 12, 2017 04:05 PM

Talk about American Hustle.

Not satisfied to let her apartment at 443 Greenwich Street sit vacant while she circles the globe starring in blockbusters, actress Jennifer Lawrence is looking for a renter — to the tune of $27,500 a month.

Lawrence quietly put the 3,184-square-foot, three bedroom pad on the rental market for $30,000 a month in February but chopped the ask in March when there were no takers, sources told The Real Deal. JLaw’s one of just two units available to rent in the star-studded building, which is also home to the likes of Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds and Harry Styles.

The “Passengers” and “Hunger Games” star closed on the unit under the guise of an LLC earlier this year for $9.03 million, or $2,837 a foot.

She’s currently on set in London filming the spy thriller “Red Sparrow,” in which she plays a Russian spook who falls for a CIA agent, according to news reports.

The property, which is listed by Pamela D’Arc of Stribling & Associates, has an elevator that opens directly into the unit and reclaimed wooden beams. The Greenwich Street building was converted by Metro Loft Management from a 1880’s book bindery.

D’Arc declined to comment.


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