Justin Timberlake pays $20M for PH at
443 Greenwich

The 5K sf condo was last asking nearly $28M

New York /
May.May 31, 2017 04:45 PM

Pop singer Justin Timberlake picked up a penthouse at 443 Greenwich Street for $20.2 million — over $7 million down from the last asking price.

Sources told The Real Deal in March that the singer and his wife, actress Jessica Biel, inked a deal to buy in the celebrity-heavy building.  It wasn’t exactly clear which apartment the famous duo had bought, but the most likely candidate was Penthouse G, a 5,375-square foot, four-bedroom pad last asking $27.5 million.

The sale of that apartment has now closed, according to records filed with the city last week, with buyer “JUST US I LLC,” paying just under $20.2 million.

Developer Nathan Berman of MetroLoft previously told TRD that 90 percent of the buyers in the building are “household names,” though he declined to identify them.

Buyers there include star couple Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively. Austin Powers comedian Mike Meyers bought a unit at 443 Greenwich, although he quickly sold it at a loss. Jennifer Lawrence recently listed her 3,184-square-foot, three bedroom pad in the building for $27,500 a month.

Representatives for MetroLoft could not be immediately reached for comment.


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