Jennifer Lawrence snaps up a brand new four-bedroom townhouse in Manhattan’s West Village for $21.9m – after a colossal $5m loss selling her uptown penthouse
- The 30-year-old actress bought a two story home at 17 Jane Street according to a July deed
- The first level has an open plan layout leading to the kitchen, living room and private terrace
- The main bedroom on the second floor has two bathrooms and a large walk-in closet
- Lawrence loved the amenities which include a gym and sauna, as well as the architectural design
- It’s one of two townhouses in a seven-unit condominium project developed by Edward J. Minskoff
Jennifer Lawrence has snapped up a $21.9 million townhouse in New York City‘s West Village adding a four-bedroom home to her Manhattan property portfolio as many city dwellers are fleeing amid the pandemic.
The 30-year-old actress sold her Upper East Side penthouse for $9.9million in July but around the same time she and her husband Cooke Maroney closed on a deal for the house that’s part of seven new-build units known as 17 Jane Street.
Lawrence and her spouse will have plenty of space as the master suite in the four-bedroom home has two bathrooms and a walk-in closet.
They’ll also be afforded privacy in the Big Apple pad as the pair of street-level townhouses that help form the condominium project both have separate entrances.
Before the pandemic, Jennifer Lawrence set eyes on this open plan two-story townhouse in Manhattan with its own terrace (pictured). It has an open plan layout on the first floor where the kitchen ans living room (pictured) a situated
She snapped up a $21.9 million townhouse at 17 Jane Street in New York City’s West Village after falling in love with the architectural design. There’s also basement level space and a garage
Lawrence loved the amenities which include a gym and sauna. She’s pictured with her husband Cooke Maroney in November 2018 (right)
Guests enter to an open plan kitchen, living room and landscaped garden on the first level and the bedrooms are all on the second floor of the two story home.
Lawrence and Maroney also get their own garage and even basement level space.
Lawrence, kept the deal under wraps by purchasing the property through Doc Babe LLC, care of Grant Tani Barash & Altman in Beverly Hills with the help of a lawyer, the New York Post reported on Wednesday.
She used a similar method to buy her Upper East Side penthouse.
Before the star was revealed as the new owner, Compass agent Jim St. André said the units hadn’t even been publicly listed, however it ‘struck the right cord with the buyer.’
Eyeing up the property months before the pandemic struck, Lawrence loved the amenities which include a gym and sauna, as well as the architectural design.
‘They had been looking for a long time, and this townhouse was immediately interesting to them,’ the agent told Mansion Global.
The units are apparently so appealing that developer Edward J. Minskoff will occupy the top two floors of the six-story building.
Minskoff told the Post the units have been ‘flooded’ with viewing requests since lockdowns eased up.
OLD PLACE: Silver Linings Playbook star Jennifer Lawrence suffered a colossal $5.7million loss on her sprawling New York City penthouse as it finally sold for $9.9million after a year on the market. The Oscar-winning actress, 29, slashed more than $3million off the original price of $15.6million in January, asking for offers of $12million
SOLD: According to the listing, the pad stretches across 4,073 square feet and features city views on all sides. The condominium is located in a 30-floor building called The Laurel on East 67th St, with a key lock elevator and a doorman
Lawrence also owns a unit in former bookbinding factory at 443 Greenwich Street where celebrities including Justin Timberlake, Ryan Reynold, Meg Ryan and Harry Styles have bought property.
The Silver Linings Playbook star suffered a colossal $5.7million loss on her sprawling penthouse this summer as it finally sold for $9.9million after a year on the market.
The Oscar-winning actress slashed more than $3million off the original price of $15.6million in January, asking for offers of $12million.
According to the listing, that pad stretches across 4,073 square feet and features city views on all sides.
The condominium is located in a 30-floor building called The Laurel on East 67th St, with a key lock elevator and a doorman.
The top-flight apartment features eight rooms including a master suite with a dressing room, a screening room and a billiards room.