Jets’ Mark Sanchez eyes $4.2M Tribeca loft: source

Sign that QB plans to be playing in New York for the 2014 -2015 season?

TRD New York /
Mar.March 06, 2014 04:45 PM

Despite rumors that he won’t be with the New York Jets the coming season, quarterback Mark Sanchez was spotted checking out a $4.2 million apartment at 84 Thomas Street in Tribeca today, a source told The Real Deal.

David Kestenbaum of Sotheby’s International Realty, the listing broker for the unit, declined to confirm that he’d shown the NFL star the apartment, which went on the market just two days ago.

The two-bedroom pad appears to be owned by documentary television producer Cheryl Sirulnick, who bought it for $2.65 million in 2013, public records show.

Neither Sanchez nor a Jets spokesperson could immediately be reached for comment.

The Tribeca loft, Located Between West Broadway and Hudson streets, has private keyed elevator access, interior cast iron columns and a stainless steel chef’s kitchen, according to the listing.

Speculation is currently rife as to whether Sanchez, whose former love interests have included “Desperate Housewives” actress Eva Longoria, will be with the team for the 2014 season. He missed all of last year with a shoulder injury.

Sanchez gets a $2 million bonus if he’s still on the team’s roster March 25, according to previous reports.


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