Here's How Much Nathan Lane's NYC Condo Just Sold For

Nathan Lane brings to mind longtime acting cinematic skill and a gift and love of theatre. Known well to classic audiences for works such as "The Birdcage" and "The Producers," modern viewers may remember him from more recent works such as "Modern Family," as shared on IMDB. And while Lane continues to be one of our prominent characters in modern entertainment culture, it appears he has chosen to leave his longtime Tribeca home base. As shared by Compass, the actor has decided to sell his highly desirable Tribeca condo at 35 North Moore Street, Unit 6D, for a sum of $4,275,000, confirmed on February 4th, 2022.

The 2,757 square foot apartment was purchased in 1999 by Lane for an undisclosed amount and was originally listed for $4.65 million in June of 2021, as shared by the New York Post. The building itself long predates Lane, as the listing shares that the residence is located in a "Romanesque Revival warehouse. Constructed in 1891 for the Merchants' Refrigerating Company." 

An entertainment space for the stars

Compass describes the building itself as a "...four-building, pet-friendly condominium offering a virtual doorman system and video intercom entry." The living room shows towering windows across the exterior wall with a custom engraved fireplace to one side and efficient cabinetry, and adorning the opposite wall with hardwood floors in between. Listings describe the residence as having a northern exposure, built-ins, and a wet bar. Playbills and a personal study with seating area land at the far end of the living room highlighting the famous actor's works. 

One can only wonder if this living room was the same one Lane had in mind during his living room-based monologue in the first post-COVID NY Pop-up performance described by Playbill. It's quite easy to envision Hollywood and Broadway stars popping by this entertainment area for an evening. 

And don't forget the dining room, as guests wouldn't want to go hungry.

Amenities are everywhere in this upscale residence

Modernly referred to as Tribeca, this famous and historic Manhattan neighborhood was originally referred to as " TriBeCa," which stands for "Triangle Below Canal," according to NYC The Official Guide. While preparing meals in this spacious and modern kitchen, Lane would have eaten alongside famous area neighbors, including Jay-Z and Beyoncé, Gwyneth Paltrow, and Taylor Swift.

Compass shows a simple yet refined dining area with a table ready to seat six or more. The dining area opens into a luxury kitchen with granite countertops, brick-patterned flooring, and stainless steel appliances. A kitchen island and plenty of cabinetry help make this area more home than hotel. Two bedrooms round out the living area with woods, beige, and gold understated tones throughout connected by stairs and a small landing. The master suite may be the real showstopper for this place with natural light and a bathroom to the envy of all.

Fancy bathroom or luxury apartment?

This luxury apartment boasts three bathrooms total, including amenities like a double sink and a steam shower. Classic white and gray tile with a darker border show clean lines and plentiful cabinets in this significantly sized feature as well. The bathrooms are located off the dining room and both bedrooms with a master bath that looks almost as big as a small office — or a small apartment if floor plans provided by Compass are to scale. 

As a matter of comparison, Rent Cafe reports that the average Manhattan apartment rents for $4,120 per month and is about $702 square feet. Tribeca is on the higher end of Manhattan rental average $5,323 per month — and that doesn't include the quality design and materials evident in Lane's former home.

A lovely home for quite some time, it appears Lane has finally left the birdcage and flown away from this amazing apartment.