Tech couple buys Boerum Hill condo

New York /
Feb.February 22, 2013 04:00 PM

CORRECTED Feb. 25 2:35 p.m.: A pair of software developers have nabbed a Boerum Hill pad at the Lookout Hill condominium for just over $1 million, according to records filed today with the city.

A John Curran sold the two-bedroom, two-bathroom home, which he bought for $891,000 in 2007, according to city records. The new owners are Li-Wei Lee and Ioan Tudor Leu; she works for Google and he is employed by Foursquare, according to a wedding announcement in the New York Times last year.

Listing broker Diane Rathjen of the Corcoran Group did not immediately return calls for comment.

The 1,220-square-foot condo features oak floors and granite counters; the building, at 199 State StreetBetween Court Street and Boerum Place, has a 24-hour doorman and a common patio and playroom.

A previous version of this story listed the seller as director John Curran. In fact, the seller was another individual named John Curran.

 

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