Meryl Streep’s Tribeca penthouse hits the market asking $25M

The actress snagged the condo for $10.1 million in 2006

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Aug.August 20, 2018 05:00 PM

Meryl Streep and River Lofts at 92 Laight Street (Credit: Getty Images)

Like Gwyneth Paltrow before her, Meryl Streep is done with Tribeca, apparently. The actress has put her River Loft penthouse on the market asking $24.6 million.

Streep and her husband, sculptor Donald Gummer, closed on the penthouse for $10.1 million in 2006, Curbed reported. Douglas Elliman’s Jan Hashey and Steve Halprin have the listing.

The four-bedroom apartment at 92 Laight Street (the alternate address is 416 Washington Street) spans nearly 4,000 square feet. It’s surrounded on three sides by a 10-foot-wide terrace and has direct elevator access.

Last year, Streep bought a mid-century home in the foothills above Pasadena, California for $3.6 million. It was reportedly the first time the single-story home, built in 1959 by architects Whitney Smith & Wayne Williams, had changed hands in nearly 50 years.

In March 2017, Paltrow sold her River Lofts pad for $10 million. It had been on the market for $14.3 million.

Another River Lofts apartment is currently on the market asking $5.5 million. [Curbed] — Meenal Vamburkar


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