Lena Dunham waves goodbye to family home in Tribeca

Lena Dunham's parents are selling their warehouse home in Tribeca

The parents of Lena Dunham, star of TV comedy-drama Girls, are selling their home in upmarket Tribeca, New York, for £3.85 million.

Fine artists Laurie Simmons and Carroll Dunham bought the flat in a former textile warehouse in 2002 as a live/work space, and writer-cum-actress Lena filmed her independent feature, Tiny Furniture, there in 2009. Her mother says there are still strips of gaffer tape left behind from the shoot — could be a selling point.

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