“Modern Family” star Jesse Tyler Ferguson and her husband, Tony Award-winning producer Justin Mikita, have just sold their Gramercy Park home.
The 200 E. 16th St. co-op traded hands for $ 1.44 million, according to public records.
The sale comes as Ferguson told Bravo’s Andy Cohen earlier this week that it might be time – after the show’s popular run – for a “Modern Family” spin-off. (The series, which won 22 Emmys, ended with Ferguson’s character, Mitch, and Eric Stonestreet’s Cam, moving to Missouri.)
Ferguson and Mikita relisted this apartment in January for $ 1.44 million – as they had previously moved with their child into a bigger two-bedroom home in Chelsea.
That $ 3 million home, at d’Orsay, is reportedly 1,402 square feet and comes with a private elevator landing, an open chef’s kitchen and a terrace. It first listed for $ 1.49 million in 2018. Ferguson bought it for $ 1.23 million in 2015.
At 900 square feet, this just-sold unit features 11-foot ceilings, sets of French doors and a master bedroom with double marble vanities in the ensuite bathroom. The home’s open chef’s kitchen is where the Emmy-nominated Ferguson created recipes for “Food Between Friends: A Cookbook,” which he co-authored.
The pre-war building comes with a gym, a laundry room and bike storage.
The listing broker was actor Sarah Saltzberg of Bohemia Realty Group.