Actress Meg Ryan’s Downtown NYC Apartment Sells for $9.85M

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Fresh off the cover of Architectural Digest, actress Meg Ryan’s loft in SoHo, New York City has sold for $9.85 million, according to press materials. The stunning 4,100-square-foot apartment on 84 Mercer Street boasts a classic, spunky design that provides both a reprieve from city living and a backdrop for entertainment.

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In an interview with Architectural Digest, the When Harry Met Sally star said this was the ninth home she upgraded. Upon purchasing it from fellow A-lister, Hank Azaria, in 2014, Ryan hired architect, Joel Barkley, and interior designer, Monique Gibson, to gut-renovate the fifth-floor residence.

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The actress first set foot in the apartment, which was once owned by Cindy Sherman, at a party over a decade ago, when she was immediately drawn to its “cinematic” character and expansive vistas of New York. Years later, her house hunting led her back to it. Reached by a key-lock elevator that opens into a private 40-foot foyer, the apartment flaunts a gorgeous blend of black and white finishes that let the thoughtful details pop.

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A floor-to-ceiling French door leads to a large, 12-foot-high living room with six architectural columns and ebony-tinted wood floors. Adjacent is a formal dining room with a decorative fire place and storage cabinetry.

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Off the dining room and anchored by an architectural column, the master bedroom exhibits an industrial, yet homey style, with an exposed brick wall.

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The kitchen is equally impressive with marble countertops, a six-burner Viking range and grill, a Bosh dishwasher, and a couple of stainless steel refrigerators.

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Ryan’s three-bedroom, three-bathroom loft first hit the market several months ago for $10.9 million. It was listed by The Corcoran Group’s Barbara Hochhauser and Jennifer Henson of The Stein Team at Sotheby’s International Realty.

Images courtesy of The Corcoran Group

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