Yeah, baby: Mike Myers sells Soho penthouse for $13M

Unit at 72 Mercer Street had been listed for just under $17M

TRD New York /
Apr.April 30, 2018 03:50 PM

Mike Myers and his Soho penthouse at 72 Mercer Street

Party on, Mike.

Actor and comedian Mike Myers has sold his Soho penthouse at 72 Mercer Street for $13.2 million, according to property records. The former “Saturday Night Live” star had listed the unit for $16.95 million in 2015 and put it back on the market in November with a $3 million price cut.

The loft-style duplex condo can have three or four bedrooms, and its amenities include a fireplace, a balcony and an overhead skylight.

Myers sold the unit to an LLC named 72 Mercer PH West, which was represented by the law firm Cohen & Frankel. Bruce Cohen declined to comment on the identity of the buyer. Myers paid just under $8 million for the unit in 2007.

The buyer of his Soho condo will live fairly close to model Heidi Klum, who recently paid $5 million for a loft across the street at 515 Broadway.

Last year, Myers sold his Tribeca condo at celebrity-stacked 443 Greenwich Street for $14 million—a $675,000 discount on the price he paid for it just months earlier.

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