Why are celebrities from Timberlake to Reynolds to Gyllenhaal shelling out up to $20 million to live in a former NYC book bindery converted into a 53-unit apartment building? The famous residents of 443 Greenwich Street appear to be drawn to the TriBeCa building's numerous luxury and celeb-friendly features. Click through to see what’s so great about this place—and who’s hanging out there.
This apartment building comes stacked with amenities, including a double-gated parking garage to keep paparazzi at bay and private elevators that eliminate the possibility of awkward conversations with neighbors.
The building also has a sweet lap pool, which the residents share.
Did we mention there's also a shared roof deck along with other luxe common areas? How about a wine cellar and a fitness center?
The apartment building boasts a hammam and steam room. There's also a 24/7 valet.
There's a children's playroom and a 4,000-square foot central courtyard, too.
The apartments in the building feature exposed beams, but the floors and walls have been converted to concrete to keep noise between apartments at a minimum. For those units facing the street, solid mahogany windows with heavy glass were installed to keep the noise down as well.
Most of the apartments do not have outdoor space but they have the shared roof. The eight penthouses have private outdoor space, though. Also: dope-looking kitchens.
Speaking of penthouses... Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel just purchased one of those bad boys for $20 million.
Which other celebs live there? Well, actress Jennifer Lawrence dropped $9 million for a three-bedroom apartment in the building but was last believed to be renting it out for $27,500 a month. And you thought your rent was expensive…
Imagine living the bachelor life in this place! That's exactly the case for singer Harry Styles and actor Jake Gyllenhaal. Those dudes just dished out $8.71 million and $8.63 million respectively for their own three-bedroom units.
Actress Meg Ryan also resides in 443 Greenwich. She reportedly paid $9.4 million for a three-bedroom apartment.
Pitch Perfect star Rebel Wilson is the latest celebrity to move into the TriBeCa building. She paid $2.95 million for one of the building's smaller apartments, a two-bedroom, two-bathroom unit.
Not only celebs live here. Business and IT executives, young hedge fund managers and wealthy retired couples make up some of the other tenants. Surely you can catch them dog-paddling through the lap pool alongside Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively any day. Photos: 443 Greenwich and Getty Images