Mike Myers’ former 443 Greenwich condo trades for $21M

Unit 5A at celebrity-studded Tribeca property snagged off-market deal

Mike Myers’ Former 443 Greenwich Condo Sold For $21M

A photo illustration of Mike Myers and 443 Greenwich Street (Getty, Google Maps)

A Tribeca condo previously owned by actor Mike Myers has once again traded hands. 

Unit 5A at Metro Lofts’ 443 Greenwich Street sold in an off-market deal for $20.7 million, or $4,880 per square foot, according to public records and a previous Streeteasy listing. The apartment traded for $6 million more than the last purchase price. 

The property’s mortgage holder is the same entity as the buyer, Triana 443 LLC. The address listed is another condo in the building, Unit 2J, which John Zito, a partner and executive at asset management firm Apollo, bought for $8.6 million in 2021.

Myers purchased the 4,200-square-foot pad for just under $15 million in 2016, but the actor — known for starring in the spy comedy series Austin Powers — put it back on the market just a week later. It sold to an unknown buyer for $14 million in 2017. 

The corner condo has four bedrooms and four bathrooms. 

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The 53-unit condo conversion with an underground garage is known for being “paparazzi-proof.” Amenities include an indoor pool, fitness center, sauna and landscaped roof deck. 

With a reputation for privacy, the building has attracted a star-studded list of buyers, including Jennifer Lawrence, Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds, Formula 1 star Lewis Hamilton and Harry Styles. 

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It’s also home to a number of pricey deals. Bill and Melinda Gates’ daughter paid $51 million for a six-bedroom penthouse, which was among the 10 most expensive sales in the city last year. 

Though it has fetched lofty prices, some owners claim the building is riddled with defects and code violations, including some they considered “life-threatening,” according to a lawsuit filed by the condo board. 

In the lawsuit, which seeks $376 million in damages, the board alleges there were leaks in the penthouses, improperly laid bricks and flooding in the courtyard, which lacked an effective drainage system.