Baywatch Actress Alexandra Daddario Sells Cozy NYC Pad

Georgie Mihaila
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Featured image credit: property photo – Tim Whaltman; Alexandra Daddario – DFree /

Baywatch star Alexandra Daddario is saying ‘goodbye’ to her hip Chelsea studio. We got word that the sleek condo has found a new owner, and is currently under contract.

Daddario, a prolific actress who rose to fame after starring in the Percy Jackson series, also played Paige in Hall Pass, Heather Miller in Texas Chainsaw 3D, Blake Gaines in San Andreas, Summer Quinn in Baywatch, and Alexis Butler in We Summon the Darkness, to name just a few.

She’s also an accomplished TV star, with roles in HBO’s The White Lotus and the critically acclaimed Why Women Kill, and has appeared in a couple of high profile music videos, including Imagine Dragons’ Radioactive and Maroon 5‘s Wait.

It then only makes sense that Alexandra has chosen to make Los Angeles her primary residence, where she owns an elegant $7.3 mansion she bought from Shameless creator John Wells.

Actress Alexandra Daddario at the Why Women Kill premiere screening in Beverly Hills, CA. Image credit: DFree /

Her Chelsea studio was listed for sale asking $499k

Daddario’s NYC pad didn’t spend much time on the market.

She listed her studio apartment for sale merely a month ago, asking just a little under $500k for the stylish two-room co-op. Mary Barbrack of Compass held the listing.

Set inside a refined pre-war co-op in Manhattan’s sough-after Chelsea neighborhood, the stylish studio comes with all the perks of a full-service building, including a 24-hour doorman, porters, and a live-in resident manager.

Photo credit: Tim Whaltman courtesy of Compass

With a large living area that can be customized to suit its new resident’s lifestyle, the studio has an open floorplan that can accommodate a living area, home office nook, and bed.

The kitchen is separated from the rest of the living space, and has been renovated to feature custom cabinets and stainless appliances.

Photo credit: Tim Whaltman courtesy of Compass
Photo credit: Tim Whaltman courtesy of Compass
Photo credit: Tim Whaltman courtesy of Compass
Photo credit: Tim Whaltman courtesy of Compass

The studio has a welcoming entry foyer and charming pre-war accents, including high beamed ceilings and hardwood floors. It also boasts oversized casement windows that open up to views of the Empire State Building and Chrysler Building to the North, and World Trade Center to the South.

Photo credit: Tim Whaltman courtesy of Compass

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With a decade-long career as a digital content creator, Georgie started out as a real estate journalist for Multi-Housing News & CPExecutive. She later transitioned into digital marketing, working with leading real estate websites like PropertyShark, RENTCafé and Point2Homes. After a brief but impactful stint in the start-up world, where she led the marketing divisions of fintech company NestReady and media publisher Goalcast, Georgie returned to her first passion, real estate, and founded