“Friends” star Matthew Perry made his name playing Chandler Bing: neighbor of Monica and Rachel, and denizen of Greenwich Village. But in reality, it seems that the actor prefers far fancier digs.
The TV star currently resides at Larry Silverstein’s 30 Park Place, aka the Four Seasons Private Residences in Tribeca, sources tell LLNYC. And while we couldn’t confirm whether he bought or is renting, we do know that prices in the building range from $3.5 million to $32 million for sales, and $8,500-a-month to $35,000-a-month for rentals.
We also know that the actor has a sizable budget. Earlier this year, he was seen scoping out $25K-a-month Midtown rental. And that budget was undoubtedly aided by the fact that Perry made his stage-acting and playwriting debut in New York earlier this month at the MCC Theater on 29th Street. His comedic play, “The End of Longing,” runs through June 24.
Perry is in good company in the Four Seasons — architect Robert A.M. Stern’s latest. Earlier this month, we reported that Yolanda Hadid, star of “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” and mother to supermodels Gigi and Bella, was also calling the tower home.