Philip Seymour Hoffman’s old West Village pad sells for $2.57M

Hoffman also owned a $4M condo on Jane Street

TRD New York /
Sep.September 12, 2019 02:30 PM
Philip Seymour Hoffman and 1 Sheridan Square (Credit: Getty Images and Google Maps)

Philip Seymour Hoffman and 1 Sheridan Square (Credit: Getty Images and Google Maps)

Philip Seymour Hoffman’s onetime home in the West Village has traded hands, five years after the actor’s death from a drug overdose.

According to records, Hoffman’s penthouse at 1 Sheridan Square sold for $2.57 million to Helicopter Sprockets, a Westchester-based LLC. Sheridan bought the apartment in 2002, but wasn’t living there at the time of his death.

In 2008, Hoffman paid $4.25 million for a condo at 68 Jane Street, where he lived with former wife Mimi O’Donnell and their children, records show. After he and O’Donnell split in 2013, the Oscar-winning actor moved to a rental at the Pickwick House at 35 Bethune Street.

Hoffman’s estate listed the apartment at 1 Sheridan Square in June with Compass’ John Carapella. The 800-square-foot unit has two bedrooms, a working fireplace and a massive roof terrace that is the length of the entire residence. The sale price works out to $3,212 per foot.

Built in 1920, the eight-story building at 1 Sheridan has 45 residences and is located within the Greenwich Village Historic District.

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