Nathan Lane is best-known for acting roles both on-screen and on Broadway. Highlights of his 40-year career include starring roles in The Birdcage, Mouse Hunt, The Lion King, and Modern Family. With its intricate architectural assets, artworks, and luxe furnishings, Nathan’s home is a reflection of his vibrantly successful life – curated by esteemed designer William Sofield.    Nestled inside a nineteenth-century condo building, the 2,700 square feet apartment is a haven for interior and architecture enthusiasts alike. The apartment showcases remnants of its history through architectural features, including 15-foot ceilings, a winding staircase, and a statement wooden fireplace. Beyond this unique feature, we’re stealing more living room ideas through its stylish circular mirror and hanging light fixtures that bless the iconic home with a contemporary aura.  The open-plan living space leads to the dining area that is filled with paintings, plants and crowned with a chandelier. This area sits alongside an expansive gallery wall that showcases posters from Nathan’s vast filmography and stage career. The main floor also includes a white wooden kitchen, an entertainment alcove, and an office area where the actor exhibits art and an array of coffee table books.  Beyond the wooden staircase is a master bedroom suite with an adjoining marble bathroom, complete with a steam shower.  The bedroom overlooks the cobbles of Tribeca Historic District – a neighborhood brimming with exclusive boutiques and a diverse culinary scene. This sought-after district is a favorite amongst celebrities, including Carolyn Pressly and Jennifer Lawrence, both of whom’s homes we have featured. Mary Ellen Cashman and Leslie Davidson of Compass (opens in new tab) hold the listing at 35 North Moore Street.

Where will Nathan Lane live now? 

Despite listing their Manhattan condo, Nathan and his husband, actor Devlin Elliott still own a home in the Hampton’s. While it is unclear whether the couple will invest in more property, we expect Nathan will never stray too far away from the buzz of Broadway.