As a plethora of A-list celebrities continue to keep moving into 443 Greenwich Street, a new luxury building in Manhattan’s trendy TriBeCa neighborhood, WWD looks at that and other apartment blocks in the city that are attracting celebrities in their droves.
443 GREENWICH STREET, TRIBECA
Year opened: 2016
Amenities: Children’s playroom, gym, 75-foot indoor swimming pool, valet parking, shared roof terrace, wine cellar
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This new luxury building in TriBeCa is without doubt the city’s most celebrity-filled building. At the latest count Rebel Wilson, Harry Styles, Meg Ryan, Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively, Jake Gyllenhaal, Jennifer Lawrence, Jessica Biel and Justin Timberlake all own homes here. There are also likely to be more, whose purchases have been masked through superhard-to-crack mysterious LLCs and private trusts.
And it’s not only A-listers that have moved into the brick building that was once a book bindery. Fashion designers have also got in on the act as Current/Elliott founder Serge Azria has an apartment at the building, which opened its doors earlier this year, although he is currently trying to flip it for $16.5 million.
So what do they like about 443 Greenwich Street? Apparently the biggest selling point is privacy, from its paparazzi-proof motor court to elevators that