The U.S. Marshal’s office has sold the second of two swanky Tribeca condos owned by disgraced financier Hassan Nemazee, according to city records. Last month, the 1,592-square-foot, two-bedroom apartment at 101 Warren Street sold for $2.44 million.
Nemazee, who pleaded guilty in March to looting $292 million from Bank of America, Citigroup and HSBC, bought two apartments for his children in 2008 at the brand new 99-101 Warren Street project. He paid $2.7 million for this unit, closing three days after Lehman Brothers collapsed.
Marshals sold the first ill-gotten apartment in November for $3.1 million.
Meanwhile, the real estate community is waiting to see who will get the projected $20 million listing for Nemazee’s 770 Park Avenue duplex.