Down through the misty corridors of time — back in 2017, that is — critically acclaimed actress Jennifer Lawrence joined Meg Ryan, Justin Timberlake, Jake Gyllenhaal and other high-profile individuals at 443 Greenwich, a converted 19th century book bindery in Manhattan with a green soul, a meditative luxuriousness and a heavily-touted ‘paparazzi-proof’ design.
The Hunger Games actress had the pied-a-terre up for rent at $28K per month shortly after purchasing it, presumably being at the time too busy with a shooting schedule to spend much time at the Tribeca address. This fall, she went a bit further and put the 3,184 sq. ft. condo up for sale. She listed the unit at $10.5 million; the ask represents a $1.5 million premium over her purchase price five years ago.
Like other units in the building, Lawrence’s corner of 443 Greenwich finds ornament in period details like reclaimed or original posts and beams and iron hardware; brown-scale tones and an earthy contemporary rusticity tinged with Eastern and Scandinavian minimalism. Original windows link the building’s history with its new identity, while the underground garage and central courtyard — which features ecologically relevant landscaping, of course — are pest-proof; that is, paparazzi-stymieing.
The property contains three bedrooms and four baths. White oak plank floors, a fireplace, a Christopher Peacock kitchen, and a master suite with abundant closet space, a trio of windows overlooking the garden courtyard, and a companion Calacatta-clad bath with radiant-heated floors, freestanding egg tub and shower with body spray and rain dome options.
In 2020, Lawrence picked up another remarkable Manhattan residence: a duplex townhouse. The property closed at $21.9 million.
Lawrence’s upcoming projects include coming of age comedy-drama No Hard Feelings, with Matthew Broderick and Hasan Minhaj.
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Listing Agent: Jim Lowenstern