Jason Biggs and Jenny Mollen are moving on from Tribeca. The couple, who welcomed their second child last October, officially sold their loft on West Street, and they actually made a touch more than they expected.
The couple listed the 2,200-square-foot co-op for $2.65 million in September 2017, and the final sale price of the three-bedroom, two-bathroom unit came to $2.66 million.
Biggs and Mollen bought the apartment for $2.55 million in October 2013 and enlisted designer Cliff Fong to decorate the space.
There’s plenty of exposed brick, of course, because this is a downtown loft, and seven oversized windows. There are original timber beams and columns, as well as a wood-burning fireplace and hardwood oak floors, per the listing shared by Douglas Elliman brokers Maggie Zaharoiu and Frances Katzen, who declined to comment.
A renovated chef’s kitchen features a poured concrete center island, which is open to the entertaining space, in addition to custom cabinetry, Viking and SubZero appliances and a 36-bottle temperature-controlled wine refrigerator. The master suite has a marble stone bathrooms, plus a walk-in closet.
The couple is leaving Tribeca in favor of the West Village—they upgraded to a $6.98 million condo in the Shephard in June 2017. Their new apartment spans 2,932 square feet, with a more kid-friendly layout of four bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms.