SNL's Seth Meyers Buys New York Condo for $3525 Million
By Erika Riggs
"Saturday Night Live" writers could poke fun at one co-worker's experience with costly New York real estate. Cast member Seth Meyers just bought a 994-square-foot apartment for $3.525 million in the West Village. Although pricey, Meyers scored a discount on the condo.
Previously listed for $3.6 million, the home's $3.5 million price tag translates into $3,546 per square foot. But like most real estate transactions, buyers pay for location, and Meyers' new place is in a prewar building with views of the Hudson River and Greenwich Village.
Meyers (right) has been a longtime cast member of SNL; he is currently a head writer and host of the "Weekend Update" segment. Recently, it was announced that Meyers will replace Jimmy Fallon as host of NBC's "Late Night" talk show once Fallon replaces Jay Leno on "The Tonight Show." In addition to career changes, Meyers had a recent relationship change. He married his long-time girlfriend last fall.
The couple's new place (pictured) has two bedrooms, two baths, hardwood floors and, according to the listing, "immense closets." The condo's listing was held by Candace Roncone of Brown Harris Stevens.
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