Sensational In Manhattan
She may not be making a slew of rom-com movies these days, but “Sleepless In Seattle” star Meg Ryan has made good on her other artistic talents. In what was her ninth mega-home do-over project, Ryan has proved she can remodel with the best of them. Now the finished product is on display in New York City -- and up for sale for $10.9 million.
The 4,100-square-foot residence sits in one of SoHo’s classic Cast Iron District buildings. Ryan spared no expense in the top-to-bottom redo. The stunning interiors feature black French doors, glass doors, 12-foot ceilings and numerous columns.
She works fast, too. Ryan purchased the loft in 2013 from actor Hank Azaria for $8 million. Next?
Skinny Girl In High Gear
For the second time in less than four months, former Real Housewives of New York star and founder of SkinnyGirl products Bethenny Frankel is looking to sell her home. This time, it’s a luxury loft that she has listed for $5.25 million.
The 2,400-square-foot residence features 2 bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms, but does not appear to be big enough -- even for the diminutive Frankel, who says she and her young daughter, Bryn, need a little more room in their next pad.
The listing comes just a few months after Frankel listed and sold the embattled NYC apartment she won back from her ex-husband following a bitter divorce. Clearly, Frankel knows how to bounce back!
Goldie & Kurt Close The Deal
Hollywood’s longest-running couple have found a buyer for their Palisades Riviera property. Kurt Russell and Goldie Hawn collected $6.9 million for the home they shared for 12 years.
Homey but chic, with a wonderful inground pool taking center stage in the backyard, the 6,400-square-foot ranch was no longer a necessary item. In 2011, the couple paid $5.7 million for a lot just down the street and have since built a new, custom estate.
Hawn, who stars in a soon-to-be released “Snatched” with Amy Schumer, and Russell -- who will appear in “Fast 8” and “Guardians of the Galaxy Vo. 2” -- sold their Malibu home for $14 million a few years back. They continue to own a place in Colorado and a vineyard in southern California.