Funnyman Jonah Hill bought a sophisticated NoHo loft in the seven-story Schumacher condominium, StreetEasy reports. The classic Romanesque Revival building was designed by Edward E. Raht in 1883 to house the Schumacher and Ettinger Lithography Studio. Now it’s been converted by Morris Adjmi Architects into 20 apartments. Hill’s unit is a sprawling space with a window-lined corner great room boasting 12-foot barrel-vaulted brick ceilings and an open kitchen with a breakfast bar. The many custom details include restored columns and beams, oversize wood-framed windows, and cold-rolled blackened-steel accents. Each of the four en suite bedrooms has a beautiful view, overlooking a courtyard created by MoMA garden designer Ken Smith.

Author: Jennifer Tzeses | Photography: Streeteasy