Lena Dunham takes over Brooklyn. The eight-time Golden Globe winner and Golden Globe winner of the Brooklyn-centric series "Girls" has her city-view condo in the Williamsburg neighborhood, filled with district hipsters, available for $ 3 million. And, as he revealed this week in New York Magazine, he packed up and moved to the West Village of Manhattan, where he says he found his new tribe, "seniors who hang around in the health food store."
The writer, actress and a tireless social network of 32 years of age, who shared last month a graphic picture of herself in her hospital bed on her Instagram account, only one day after an elective hysterectomy to relieve severe pain related to endometriosis. She does not look for big profits in the apartment she bought earlier this year, shortly after she and musician / music producer Jack Antonoff romped their six-year relationship for $ 2.9 million.
Perched on a high floor of an old converted 20th– Factory building at the south end of Williamsburg with open views of Brooklyn to the Williamsburg Bridge and to the Manhattan skyline, the high floor corner condominium, designed by an architect, has three bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms in 1,987 square feet. There are 13-foot open beam ceilings, hardwood floors painted in a sophisticated shade of pale gray and lots of custom ornaments lined with clean lines throughout the building.
The living and dining room combination has a gas fireplace and nine huge windows that flood the space with light and the open kitchen is equipped with designer stainless steel appliances and luxury marble countertops in white laminate cabinets. Two guest bedrooms, both with ample storage space and integrated work areas, share a bathroom in the hallway while the master suite overlooking the city has a built-in bed that floats in the center of the small room, plus two Dressing bays lined with open closets and a bathroom with marble floor painted a particularly feminine rose with a bathtub for two people and a large separate shower.
Dunham, whose final project with long-time creative collaborator Jenni Konner, the not-very-popular comedy series "Camping," is being broadcast on HBO, told New York Magazine that he is building a small house in a complex Connecticut's semi-rural property, owned by his parents, artists Carroll Dunham and Laurie Simmons, and that since they split up, Antonoff has "taken" his shared apartment in Brooklyn Heights, a space of approximately 3,200 square feet that they picked up in 2014 just under $ 4.9 million, as he headed west to hide in his idiosyncratically decorated 1920s bungalow and guest house, tucked behind an imposing hedge in a historic Hollywood neighborhood he picked up in 2015 for a little more than $ 2.7 million.
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