Actor Michael C. Hall, who is best known for playing David Fisher on HBO's "Six Feet Under" but who also starred in Showtime's series "Dexter," and his estranged wife Amy Spanger have sold their co-op in the Collect Pond House building in Manhattan's TriBeCa neighborhood for $1.8 million to comedian and Broadway performer Stephen Lynch, according to public records.
Hall, 36, and Spanger, who herself is an actress, paid $1,625,000 for the seventh-floor unit in early 2005, according to public records.

Lynch, 35, and his wife previously were renting in Brooklyn, according to public records.
The New York Observer this week reported that the unit that Hall and Spanger sold to Lynch and his wife had not been on the market, suggesting that Hall and Spanger might have put word out about the unit being available through the thespian community. As a result, no current information on the unit was available. However, the Observer noted that back in 2004, listing information described Hall and Spanger's unit as being a five-room, 1,872-square-foot unit with 10.5-foot ceilings, south facing windows, open views and a laundry closet.

The 12-story building, on Broadway at Franklin, was constructed in 1907, according to a variety of sources, and in 1920, according to public records. Originally built as an office building and later converted to a residential building, the building also has been known as the Broadway Textile Building.