Filmmaker Barry Levinson?known for Rain Man, Diner, Bugsy, and more?picked up a three-bedroom, three-bathroom loft at 104 Wooster Street for $5.65 million, according to the Post. It was listed with Citi Habitats for $5.95 million, so Levinson got a bit of a deal. The cast-iron building was constructed by architects DeLemos and Cordes in 1891, and the 3,090-square-foot unit boast classic loft features like high, wood beamed ceilings, large windows, and wide-plank hardwood floors. The 38-foot-long living space has a gas fireplace and open kitchen with a wine cooler and high-end appliances, and there's a private keyed elevator entrance. The Post notes that the director currently lives in Connecticut with his family, but he's in the city often for work so he wanted a place to stay.