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Fashion designer Marc Jacobs moves out of Chelsea Mercantile

September 14, 2011 01:57PM

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Fashion designer Marc Jacobs has moved out of the 2,062-square-foot
penthouse he had been renting from Montreal Canadian hockey star Scott
Gomez at the Chelsea Mercantile at 252 Seventh Avenue since 2009, the New York Magazine reported. For $20,000 a month, he rented the property, which has an outdoor
kitchen on the terrace, five flat-screen TVs and remote-controlled
lighting. He is moving into the Superior Ink townhouse, one of six
that comprise Superior Ink, a Robert Stern-designed condominium that
reportedly includes, among numerous perks, valet bike parking for
residents. The Chelsea Mercantile unit is now on the rental market for $23,000 a
month in a listing with the Corcoran Group. [NYMag

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