Agents skeptical about Tiger reports

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Sep.September 02, 2010 11:00 AM

Tiger Woods and 421 Hudson Street

Though Us Weekly first reported that golfer Tiger Woods had moved into an apartment downtown — the Printing House condo at 421 Hudson Street, according to Curbed and the Daily News — real estate insiders say it’s either wishful thinking or a stunt pulled by a landlord to promote his building. “No way Tiger would live there,” a broker told The Post. If it really was Tiger who had been seen moving boxes into the building — a run-down 1980s conversion with leaky ceilings — maybe he was helping out a girlfriend, brokers told the Post. “If he does live there, it means his wife took every penny he has and he’s at the end of his rope,” another broker said. Non-real estate sources are also skeptical that Tiger actually lives there, noting that he has always tried to avoid the city by staying on his yacht. [Post]


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