‘Star Trek’ Actor Zachary Quinto Beams Partner and Dogs into Posh NYC Loft

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Zachary Quinto Loft

Zachary Quinto played the iconic Vulcan Spock character in Star Trek into Darkness, but he’s found the light and a new life in a modern Manhattan loft—where he plans to “live long and prosper.”

Zachary Quinto Loft

The in-demand actor and his model boyfriend Miles McMillan recently switched coasts, dropping $3.1625 million for a two-bedroom, two-and-a-half bathroom apartment in NoHo with enough oversized windows to shed natural light on Quinto’s dark characters. The couple’s two rescue dogs, Skunk and Noah, will reportedly share the new downtown digs.

The nearly 2,300-square-foot loft was purchased for $3.2 million

The nearly 2,300-square-foot loft was purchased for $3.2 million.

The nearly 2,300-square-foot home is a full-floor unit with direct elevator access, a stainless steel gourmet kitchen, walnut floors, and contemporary interiors with unique architectural accents (matching walnut beams, decorative ceiling light sconces, exposed brick walls and pipes, built-in bookshelves).

The home boasts an open gourmet kitchen with stainless steel appliances.

The home boasts an open gourmet kitchen with stainless steel appliances.

Quinto's new digs include two-and-a-half bathrooms

Quinto’s new digs include two-and-a-half bathrooms.

According to Zillow, Quinto, who is starring in more New York-centric roles, sold his mid-century Los Angeles home in the trendy Los Feliz neighborhood for nearly $1.3 million last fall.

One of the two bedrooms

One of the two bedrooms

The loft offers unique accents such as custom book shelves and exposed brick walls.

The loft offers unique accents such as custom book shelves and exposed brick walls.

The “hit maker” has landed memorable roles in successful TV shows, including Hannibal, 24, Heroes, American Horror Story, CSI, Six Feet Under, Girls, and most recently as the slapper in The Slap. But the Star Trek franchise was his big screen breakthrough. While the recently deceased Leonard Nimoy (the original Spock) has presumably beamed up to heaven, Quinto will play Spock again in the next Star Trek installment, which hits theaters in 2016. (Considering Nimoy won three Emmy Awards as Spock, Quinto has very big pointy ears to fill.)

Photos and details courtesy of CORE

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