James Gandolfini’s former West Village pad sells for $6M

The condo hit the market last year for $7.5M

Jul.July 13, 2018 06:00 PM

The late James Gandolfini and his former West Village home

Late actor James Gandolfini’s former West Village condo sold for $6.2 million.

Compass’ Stephen Ferrara and Clayton Orrigo had the listing, Mansion Global reported. The anonymous buyer is listed in property records as Jane 2GH LLC.

The unit, at 99 Jane Street, hit the market last year, asking $7.5 million. Gandolfini — known for starring in “The Sopranos” — and his then-wife, Marcy Wudarski Gandolfini, purchased a unit in the building in 1999 for $850,000. They later added a second unit for over $1 million. After the couple divorced, the property went to Marcy, who was the seller.

The condo spans nearly 3,200 square feet, the report said. It’s a corner unit that includes a 30-foot-long great room.

The apartment had previously been on the rental market, asking $21,000 a month. [Mansion Global] — Meenal Vamburkar

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