Jonah Hill Pulls $4 Million Soho Condo Off Market

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UPDATE 5/21/15: This home has returned to the market and is currently listed for $3.25 million.

ORIGINAL POST: Looks like "22 Jump Street" star Jonah Hill isn't leaving Soho/Chinatown anytime soon. The actor has pulled his 27 Howard Street apartment off the market, the New York Daily News says.

The actor reportedly had listed the condo for $3.75 million in August, and even tried to lease it for $12,000 a month. Hill bought the two-bedroom pad in 2012 for $2.65 million.

Apparently, Hill -- nominated for an Academy Award as a supporting actor in "Moneyball" and again in "The Wolf of Wall Street" -- has had a change of heart and is keeping the light-filled, second-floor apartment in the cast-iron building overlooking Crosby Street.

The News says Hill owns the apartment, which measures 2,000 square feet, through a trust managed by his father, money manager Richard Feldstein, who specializes in clients who have high net worth.

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