Greenwich Village Residence Where Kate Moss Lived in the ’90s Seeks $15.5M

A unique multi-family property is on the market for $15.5 million on Waverly Place, and it has quite a history. The Manhattan townhouse is currently configured into four different units—but perhaps the next owner will want to turn it into a single-family residence to make it completely their own.

Located in historic and lively Greenwich Village just half a block from Washington Square Park, the residence is appealing enough to make model Kate Moss want to live here for multiple years during the ’90s. Moss was dating Johnny Depp while she was living in the cool, 1,200-square-foot carriage home behind the main structure. The three-story space includes two bathrooms, 17-foot tall ceilings, and an outdoor terrace.

Trailblazing playwright Lorraine Hansberry, who penned A Raisin in the Sun and was the first Black woman to have a work performed on Broadway, also lived at this address. Other notable residents include painter Everett Shinn and actors James Spader and Fisher Stevens, according to the New York Post.

Including the main townhouse, the NYC residence spans over 6,300 square feet and holds five bedrooms. Its historic charm—original hardwood floors, mahogany molding, and exposed brick—certainly fosters an inspiring environment for the creatives. The home dates back to 1826 and was reimagined in the early 1900s.

Randy Baruh, Meris G Blumstein, Kenny Blumstein, Christine M Calvo, and Diane Lois of The Corcoran Group share the storied listing.