Actor Nathan Lane Puts Longtime Tribeca Triplex on the Market

A screen and stage legend of music and comedy, Nathan Lane is an acting icon. He’s beloved by theater enthusiasts for his roles in plays like The Producers and Guys and Dolls. He’s a cherished figure of childhood nostalgia for voicing Timon in The Lion King and starring in movies like Stuart Little and Mouse Hunt. Even in guest roles, such as his stint on Modern Family, he steals the show with Emmy nominations. Now, the actor has listed his longtime Tribeca triplex apartment, giving a peek into his life off-screen.

Lane purchased this 2,757-square-foot pad in 1999, filling it with artful and cozy décor. William Sofield designed the spaces, infusing artisanal touches to create an inviting and warm atmosphere. The custom, handcrafted fireplace surround is a shining example of the one-of-a-kind elements that await.

On the main level, a vast room with 15-foot ceilings centers the home with the kitchen, dining area, and living area perfectly melded for easy entertaining. It also currently displays a unique gallery wall, a shrine of Lane’s movie and play posters. Could they allude to his favorite career credits?

Up a winding staircase, the primary suite enjoys its own floor. The lower level holds the second bedroom suite, which could also easily be a private home office, game room, or playroom instead.

The home of a legend, this isn’t your average NYC triplex. Mary Ellen Cashman and Leslie Davidson of Compass have the luxury Tribeca listing.