You get the sense, when watching Paul Rudd in his charming, smart second-banana roles in films like The 40-Year-Old Virgin, that he’d be a fun guy to have next door. And if you live in Chelsea, you may be in luck: Rudd has been spotted apartment-hunting at 120 Eleventh Avenue, a new condo conversion of a century-old Lifesavers candy factory. The building’s been made into unusually large residential floor-throughs, and Rudd apparently inspected a three-bedroom unit priced at around $4 million. (The actor and his wife have one child.) The listing appears to still be available, though, so it seems Rudd’s continuing the hunt.
Another young comic actor has been making the rounds not far away: According to a source, Jason Biggs recently stopped by a convertible two-bedroom, two-bath, 1,525-square-foot condo on West 13th Street. Corcoran’s Ric Swezey, who has the listing, and Biggs’s own broker, Jared Seligman of Prudential Douglas Elliman, declined to comment.