Modest and Lavish Homes of Emmy Stars
Lena Dunham apartment
Lena Dunham, Brooklyn co-op
The "Girls" actress, in the running for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series, did something most millennials want to do: move out of their parents' house. Dunham left their Tribeca loft in 2012 for a Brooklyn one-bedroom and snuggled into the "
elderly" neighborhood. That's probably why the price tag for the 800-square-foot co-op is reportedly a dirt-cheap $500,000. That's sofa change in NYC.