Bradley Cooper Quietly Buys NYC Townhouse for $13.5 Million

Actor and director Bradley Cooper bought a Greenwich Village townhouse this past spring for $13.5 million, according to people familiar with the deal.

Mr. Cooper, who currently stars in a remake of “A Star is Born” alongside singer Lady Gaga, registered the property under “The Cool Trust,” which kept the May purchase under wraps. The trust is managed by Jeffrey Wolman, who runs a Los Angeles-based business management firm that primarily services people in the entertainment business.

Mr. Wolman didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment. A spokeswoman for Mr. Cooper declined to comment.

Approximately 4,000 square feet, the six-bedroom property is almost 21 feet wide and spans five floors, with roughly 1,100 square feet of outdoor space. It has reclaimed barn wood floors, french doors opening to a balcony overlooking the garden, a remote-controlled fireplace, a hidden wet bar and a large home office, according to website of Justin S. Parks of ScottParks International Realty, who brokered the transaction. There is also a cellar-level entertainment area with built-in surround sound, as well as a temperature-controlled wine cellar outfitted for 1,000 bottles. Mr. Parks couldn’t be reached for comment.

The townhome wasn’t formally on the market, but was shopped around off-market, according to Mr. Parks’ website. Its seller was a company headed by investor Robert W. Ferran Jr., property records show.

Mr. Cooper, 43, rose to fame in movies like “The Hangover,” “American Hustle” and “Silver Linings Playbook.” He directed “A Star is Born,” which was released this week.

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