Meg Ryan’s Soho Loft Comes With a Celebrity Pedigree

The actress renovated the entire space, which is now on the market for $10.9 million

The home was featured in Architectural Digest.
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Meg Ryan bought the apartment from actor Hank Azaria.
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The industrial lights are from a salvage shop in Maine.
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A decorative fireplace.
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The eat-in kitchen.
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Where's the exposed brick?
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Custom shelving.
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Sadly, no peek into the closets.
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The formal living room.
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A black and white color palette is used throughout.
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The loft is on the fifth floor of 84 Mercer Street.
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The master bath.
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A very tidy desk.
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A spa-like bath.
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Meg Ryan is listing her elegantly renovated Soho loft, and it comes with a celebrity pedigree.

The actress purchased the fifth-floor co-op at 84 Mercer Street from actor Hank Azaria in 2013, and artist Cindy Sherman previously owned the 4,100-square-foot unit—Ryan actually attended a party in the loft years before she purchased it.

Meg Ryan is listing her chic Soho loft.

Meg Ryan is listing her chic Soho loft. Paul Bruinooge/Patrick McMullan

Ryan, known for many of her New York-focused film roles, embarked upon a major renovation of the three-bedroom, three-bathroom apartment after she bought it, employing designer Monique Gibson and architect Joel Barkley to help. The When Harry Met Sally… and You’ve Got Mail star showcased the stylish results in an Architectural Digest spread last year.

And now, the apartment is yours for the taking—that is, if you have $10.9 million to spare.

An elevator opens into the private entry foyer of the loft, where one finds many an exposed brick wall, because it is Soho. The living room is dotted with six columns as well as 12-foot ceilings, and there is a decorative fireplace in the formal dining room.

The aforementioned exposed brick wall is found in the media room and master suite, according to the listing held by Corcoran broker Barbara Hochhauser, and there is an eat-in kitchen with custom cabinetry and marble shelving and countertops, as well as industrial lights that Ryan found in a salvage shop in Maine.

The master suite is equipped with no less than eight custom closets, as well as en-suite bath with a free standing bathtub, marble countertop and stall shower.

As lovely as the pictures are, there is one thing missing…the photos don’t give a sneak peek into the closet à la Bethenny Frankel’s Mercer Street pad, but we’ll just have to deal.

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