All the world’s a stage, but nothing beats the comforts of home.
Tony-nominated Broadway director Michael Greif and his partner, the actor Jonathan Fried, have listed their chic Soho co-op for $2.9 million, Gimme Shelter has learned.
The roughly 1,500-square-foot spread, at 292 Lafayette St., comes with two bedrooms, one full bathroom and a powder room.
It’s a charming sanctuary away from the spotlight. Grief, whose Tony nominations include nods to his direction of “Rent” and “Dear Evan Hansen,” has also won three Obie Awards for off-Broadway productions. Fried, meanwhile, has held roles in the films “B*A*P*S” and “Kate & Leopold.”
The sixth-floor corner crib features nearly 11-foot-high ceilings and eight double-height windows that give the space — whose listing images show room for large bookshelves and a wide open layout — lots of natural light. Other downtown-cool design details include wood columns, exposed brick, French doors and hardwood floors. The residence additionally delivers a kitchen with good storage and counter space.
The seven-story boutique building, also known as 129 Crosby, dates to 1910.
The listing broker is Kristi Ambrosetti of Sotheby’s International Realty.
Ex-Brit turned Manhattan resident since 2008.