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Model finds buyer for Bank Street apartment

December 06, 2011 05:48PM

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By Katherine Clarke and Lauren Elkies

From left: Tamir Shemesh of the Corcoran Group, model Anne Flore Trichilo, 164 Bank Street and Maria Daou

International fashion model Anne Flore Trichilo has sold her 164 Bank Street apartment, according to public records filed with the city today. The Corcoran Group’s Tamir Shemesh, who represented Trichilo in the sale, said the unit closed Nov. 22 for $1.13 million.

Trichilo, who has worked with designers like Karl Lagerfeld and photographers such as Patrick Demarchelier, purchased the unit in 2001, according to public records, which did not reveal the price she paid. The 700-square-foot, one-bedroom, one-bathroom unit has Hudson Street views. The condo building, between Washington and West streets, features 24 loft-like apartments on 13 floors.

“She was living mostly in Paris,” said Shemesh, who leads the Shemesh Group at Corcoran.

Shemesh said that Trichilo would probably not buy another unit in the city in the near future.

The buyer is an attorney named Eliseo Emanuel Neuman, according to property records. The buyer was represented by Maria Daou, an associate broker at Warburg Realty. Daou declined to comment on the transaction. 

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