It’s not often that you get invited to take a private tour of a celebrity home, but while this Hit Factory condo is on the market you can wander around the home of Director Jonathan Lynn on a 360degree tour.
We did just that and spotted Lynn’s director’s chair along with the poster for his hit movie, “My Cousin Vinnie” in his study. You can scan the bookshelves, check out the fabulous art, but the technology doesn’t let you look in the closets, yet!
The apartment is on the fifth floor of The Hit Factory (on W54th St between 9/10th Ave). The building was a recording studio up until 2005. It was where Stevie Wonder recorded “Songs in the Key of Life”, Bruce Springsteen’s album “Born in the U.S.A.” was created, and 50 Cent was stabbed. The endless list of talent that came to the building included Michael Jackson, Blondie, Madonna, Beyonce, Jennifer Lopez, John Lennon, Will Smith, and U2.
Back in 2006, twenty-seven loft apartments went on sale, including six duplexes. Prices then started at about $1 million.
Jonathan Lynn and his wife, Rita, bought the apartment 7 years ago for $2.8 million, according to Streeteasy.