Wolf of Wall Street Manhattan New York Penthouse for Sale $6.5m
The Wolf of Wall Street starring Leonardo DiCaprio released today. The movie is based on the true life story of Jordan Belfort, a stock broker who scammed investors in the 1990’s.
His extravagant lifestyle is portrayed through Yachts, Champagne, beautiful women and this 2,500 square feet New York Penthouse located in Sutton Place at 300 E. 55th St…which just happens to be for sale at $6.495m. It’s been on the market since September with a Nov reduction to $6,150,000 followed by revising the price back up (upon publicity for the movie we bet). So the seller has shown his hand…$6.15m with room for negotiation IMO will likely bring the final sale price anywhere between $6m and full ask if the movie related publicity brings in the right buyer(s).
One scene in the movie where Di Caprio and his associates beat up a “rat” prominently features this New York Manhattan Penthouse for sale
This 3br, 3ba Manhattan Penthouse is spread over 2,500 sf with a generously sized terrace on the 32nd floor at 300 E. 55th St.
Key features of this Manhattan Penthouse for Sale include:
- City skyline and East River views.
- Walls of glass
- Ten foot ceilings
- Wide plank bleached oak flooring
- Two fireplaces
- Private south facing terrace
- Open chef’s kitchen with top of the line appliances
- Viking refrigerator, Miele dishwasher and oven, PogghenPohl cabinetry, Caesarstone countertops
- Waterworks fixtures, and teak and limestone vanities in the bathrooms.
- Master suite with views of the East River opens to the large south-facing terrace and a private fireplace.
- Master bath features 6 foot soaking tub and a large glass steam shower.
The Milan Building features
- 24 hour doorman
- Residents garden
- Fitness center and Garage
- Price at $6,495,000 or just under $2600 per square foot.
- Common Charges: $2,621
- Monthly Taxes: $2,785
Apparently, there is a 421-Tax Abatement in place through June 2017. Is this already reflected in the listed Monthly taxes of $2,785 and the taxes will increase after June 2017 or will no taxes apply until after June 2017? We’re not so sure.
Let’s look at some of the listing pictures (c) Nestseekers