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This Hollywood power couple just sold their NYC condo for $5.5M

Inset of Paula Wagner and Rick Nicita over shots of the Tribeca condo they sold.
Inset of Paula Wagner and Rick Nicita over shots of the Tribeca condo they sold.

This mission was far from impossible.

A Hollywood industry couple has sold their Tribeca home for its full $5.5 million asking price.

The sellers are Paula Wagner — best known as Tom Cruise’s producing partner for the “Mission: Impossible” and “Jack Reacher” franchises — and Rick Nicita, a former agent and manager whose past clients include Kate Hudson and Sally Field; he also executive produced “Hacksaw Ridge,” starring Andrew Garfield.

Filmmaking power couple Paula Wagner and Rick Nicita. FilmMagic
Filmmaking power couple Paula Wagner and Rick Nicita. FilmMagic
One of three bedrooms inside the Tribeca condo. Fransisco Rosario/DD REPS
One of three bedrooms inside the Tribeca condo. Fransisco Rosario/DD REPS
The dining area sports downtown views. Fransisco Rosario/DD REPS
The dining area sports downtown views. Fransisco Rosario/DD REPS
A roomy kitchen inside the Benjamin Vandiver-updated home. Fransisco Rosario/DD REPS
A roomy kitchen inside the Benjamin Vandiver-updated home. Fransisco Rosario/DD REPS
The unit is found in 166 Duane St., a building that dates back to 1910. Fransisco Rosario/DD REPS
The unit is found in 166 Duane St., a building that dates back to 1910. Fransisco Rosario/DD REPS

The three-bedroom, 3½-bath corner unit, at 166 Duane St. — known as Duane Park Lofts — was featured in Architectural Digest after the couple cast interior designer Benjamin Vandiver to update the Thomas Juul-Hansen-designed pad with high-end minimalist style and warmth. (The couple bought the home for $4.85 million in 2008.)

The asymmetrical 2,241-square-foot home was “essentially the shape of an obtuse triangle,” Vandiver told AD. The loft boasts 11-foot ceilings, large windows and city views. There’s an open living/dining room and a roomy chef’s kitchen. A third bedroom can also serve as a study or home office overlooking Duane Park. The main bedroom and a second bedroom are at the opposite end of the apartment nestled in their own wing, with custom closets and baths.

The 12-story building dates to 1910 and was converted to condos in 1997.

Building amenities include a resident manager and a landscaped rooftop with an outdoor kitchen, a dining area, grills and a ping pong table.

The listing brokers were Leonard Steinberg and Herve Senequier of Compass.