The couple first listed the 900 square foot property in 2018 for $1.495 million, but pulled the listing seven months later, holding onto it for another three years before putting it back on the market for $1.449 million this January. Shortly after first listing the Gramercy Park space in 2018, Ferguson and Mikita purchased a considerably larger two bedroom property in New York City’s Chelsea neighborhood for $3 million. The move proved well timed, as they welcomed their first child in July of 2020.
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Though the family seems to spend most of their time in Los Angeles (they spent $8.7 million on a mansion in Encino just last year), owning a home in New York is of the utmost importance to them. “I feel very at home here,” Ferguson told Architectural Digest of his relationship to the city during a 2020 tour of the Chelsea pad. “I was strictly a theater actor before moving to Los Angeles, so New York sort of feels like my true home.” Similarly colorful to the Chelsea apartment, Ferguson and Mikita had their pre-war Gramercy Park home done entirely in comfortable blue tones complemented by all white finishes.