Live in Anne Hathaway’s former home for $33M


Anne Hathaway’s one-time, five-bedroom, Midtown apartment has hit the market — and it’s asking $33 million.

The 7,750-square-foot duplex at Olympic Tower at 641 Fifth Avenue was shared by Hathaway and her then-boyfriend Raffaello Follieri — who has since been jailed and deported to Italy — in the mid-2000s. The Wall Street Journal reports that the pair were renting it for $37,000 per month.


According to its listing (the place is also still available to rent for $48,000) the pad comes with a media room with an eight-foot projector, a 12-seat dining room, marble kitchen counters, 360 degree views of Manhattan and a white-gloved, uniformed doorman and concierge.

The apartment is owned by South African real-estate developer Munro Bank and his wife Avra. The pair reportedly bought the home in 2000 for $5.3 million and spent roughly $7 million renovating the apartment. It’s now being co-listed by Alexander Bank of Compass, their son.

Earlier this year Hathaway bought a two-bedroom Upper West Side co-op. She sold her Dumbo apartment for $4.3 million in 2014.