Back in August, Hunger Games actor Jennifer Lawrence parted ways with the Manhattan property she picked up for $15.7 million four years before. The selling price of the Upper East Side penthouse—located in Lenox Hill—was just under $10 million.
Moving on, Lawrence recently became the proud owner of a beautiful townhouse in Manhattan. The home is part of a David Chipperfield-designed building high in the West Village which was, until the second half of the last decade, a two-level parking garage. Chipperfield designed the building to blend seamlessly with the local architectural history.
The townhouse is one of a pair in the new development. The duplex residence’s interior living spaces measure in at about 4,500 sq. ft. It contains four bedrooms, as well as a garden in back that extends the living area nearly 1,500 sq. ft.
Lawrence reportedly also owns a unit in the contemporary Village development 443 Greenwich. She purchased in that building within months of purchasing the Lenox Hill penthouse.
Lawrence’s upcoming films include Don’t Look Up, with Leonardo DiCaprio, Timothee Chalamet, Cate Blanchett, Jonah Hill, Meryl Streep, and Ariana Grande. She’s also slated to play Theranos’ Elizabeth Holmes in the upcoming Bad Blood.
Photo credit: EJME/David Chipperfield Architects