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Where’s Ally Sheedy been? Until lately, she was to be found at the Boulevard, a West 86th Street condop where the actress—best known for her roles in John Hughes movies, though she’s made TV and film appearances since, and is in Todd Solondz’s new Life During Wartime—owns a two-bedroom now on the market for $1.295 million. The amenity-heavy building (health club, pool, playroom, squash court, and parking) has setbacks that give some residents their own terraces, and she’s one of them. Sheedy, a New Yorker through and through—she was born here and attended the Bank Street school, where, at age 12, she wrote a hit children’s book, She Was Nice to Mice—is staying on the Upper West Side, having just found a rental to her liking. (She’s filed for divorce from her actor-husband David Lansbury, which may be related to the move.) According to the listing, it’s “priced to sell.” Explains her broker, Corcoran’s Sharon Held, who says working with Sheedy has been straightforward and easy: “She’s been very practical through this whole process. She understands the market.”


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