Meg Ryan buys $9M pad at 443 Greenwich

"You've Got Mail" actress recently found buyer for Mercer Street loft

New York /
Jun.June 14, 2017 03:50 PM

It looks like Meg Ryan will be getting mail at a new address.

The “Sleepless in Seattle” and “When Harry Met Sally” actress nabbed a $9.39 million apartment at Tribeca’s most celeb-studded building 443 Greenwich Street, according to public records filed with the city Wednesday.

She bought the 3,155-square-foot, three-bathroom unit through her trust, Third World Dog.

Ryan is just the latest big name Hollywood star to check into the MetroLoft Management condo conversion. Other buyers include Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively, Harry Styles and Justin Timberlake, The Real Deal reported.

Her move comes as she recently found a buyer for her previous home, a spacious loft at 84 Mercer Street in Soho. It went into contract in April, last asking $10.9 million.

Ryan is a notorious real estate hound and has purchased and renovated several homes in New York and Los Angeles.

“I know it sounds crazy to most people, the idea of renovating that many houses,” she told Architectural Digest last year. “But I love renovating. I think it’s tied to living the actor’s life. As an actor, you are so rarely in control… But with decorating I am in control.”

Developer Nathan Berman has declined comment on purchasers, but said that 90 percent of the buyers at the former book bindery turned condo building are “household names.”


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