“Grey’s Anatomy” actor swaps Seattle Grace for the East Village
Justin Chambers, one of the very few cast members on “Grey’s Anatomy” who hasn’t been mercilessly killed off in the show’s 13 seasons, has just bought a two-bedroom, one-bathroom co-op at 172 East 4th Street.
According to the Observer, Chambers and his wife, Keisha, whose name is on the documents, dropped $1.5 million on the spread, a touch below its $1.6 million asking price.
The 1,237-square-foot corner unit comes with views of the Empire State Building, high beamed ceilings, hardwood floors, an oversized living room, and an eat-in kitchen. The prewar building meanwhile has a gym, and a roof deck.
The Observer speculate that the couple is planning on using the co-op as a pied-à-terre — “Grey’s Anatomy” films in California, and even though the listing notes that it is possible to add another bedroom and bathroom, the apartment does seem it would be a tight fit for the couple, their five kids and their three dogs.
Brian Meier, Jamie Heinlein and Matthew Pucker of Corcoran had the listing. [Observer]