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Developer’s Soho penthouse sees $14.5M deal

The buyers may be the infamous venture capitalists the Winklevoss twins
May 31, 2014 03:00PM

 Real estate developer Justin Ehrlich has sold his Soho penthouse for $14.5 million with the help of Douglas Elliman’s Fredrik Eklund and John Gomes. But it’s the potential buyers that are of interest. 

According to city records spotted by the New York Observer, the buyers are Casterlirock Holdings LLC, which give a business address in Delaware shared by Cameron and Tyler Winkveloss‘ Bitcoin fund Winklevoss Bitcoin Trust.

It’s possible that the Winklevoss twins – famously portrayed in the 2012 film The Social Network and known for suing Facebook’s Mark Zuckerburg for $140 million – picked up the 4,300-square-foot pad following their recent decision to list the fund on the Nasdaq stock exchange.

The triplex apartment, located at 20 Greene Street, features 360-degree views and a wrap-around terrace. [NYO | Curbed]Christopher Cameron