As we all know, Jonah Hill might prefer the comedic roles rather than the serious roles on most of his movies. But when it comes to owning a property, public knows that he took it very seriously. In the past five years, the “21 Jump Street” lead actor has been making a headline for his ownership of a luxurious and lavish apartment.

His first notable apartment was called the SoHo Bachelor Pad. The $3.8 million property was definitely a dream house for all single guys who live the extravagant lifestyle. The apartment is located at the New York City's infamous neighborhood for luxury shopping, fine dining and celeb sightings, SoHo. The next big news is when he moved to a bigger apartment in NYC’s NoHo neighborhood, which was estimated to be valued for about $9.16 million.


Hill’s SoHo apartment was a two-bedrooms and two-bathrooms home in a 2,000-square-foot loft. This spacious unit was designed artistically by the multitalented actor-director-producer-screen writer. You can find a lot of photogenic spots at every corner of the house, which shows the simplicity yet sophisticated look. The interior displays original hardwood floors, whitewashed exposed brick walls and thirteen-foot ceilings. At the upper floor area, there’s a fire escape that overlooking towards the quintessentially narrow SoHo street. A long dining table centered the midcentury modern chairs in the dining area, whereas industrial-style hanging lamps are strung across the open living area. The kitchen features sleek black kitchen cabinets, complimented by vintage rug and rustic table. The fireplace can be found in the master bedroom where natural light floods the atypically tremendous room.

Now, let’s get inspired by his second apartment at NYC’s NoHo neighborhood. It is a 3,280 square-foot unit with four bedrooms and four-plus-one bathrooms. The 5th floor flat is located at the prestigious Schumacher apartment building in the hype neighborhood of NoHo. The bedroom wing discloses 3 en suite guest rooms as well as a humongous master suite with a 9’ by 9’ walk-in closet. The apartment also offers access to a 17,000 square foot private terrace – comes with a built-in barbeque – as well as a private library lounge and a fitness center. The list doesn’t stop there. The luxurious flat also served by a 24-hour concierge service and caters everyone’s needs from a children’s playroom to a bicycle storage room.

The building was originally designed by Edward E. Raht in 1883, which was known as the classic Romanesque Revival building. Today, it has been converted by Morris Adjmi Architects into a 20 units apartment. Hill’s unit is the one huge space with a window-lined corner boasting 12-foot barrel-vaulted brick ceilings and an open kitchen with a breakfast bar. There are also some custom-made details such as an oversize wood-framed windows, and a cold-rolled blackened-steel accents for its exterior.

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