Don’t call him now!: Psychic network mogul rents TWC pad for $100K a month

Rent is city's second-highest for a resi unit

TRD New York /
Aug.August 27, 2015 10:10 AM

Steven Feder, or his colleague “Miss Cleo,” might claim they knew this would happen ahead of time, but don’t believe them.

Feder, who ran the Psychic Readers Network, cut a deal to rent his condo at the Time Warner Center in Columbus Circle for $100,000 a month, the second-highest residential rent in the city.

A Bermuda-based Canadian investor will occupy the pad, a 4,400-square-foot unit on the 75th-floor of the Related Companies’ tower, the New York Post reported.

Edward Seisdedos of Douglas Elliman represented the renter. Brenda Powers and Elizabeth Lee Sample of Sotheby’s International Realty represented Feder.

The highest rent in the city, $125,000 a month, is paid by actor Robert De Niro for his pad at 15 Central Park West.

A 4,483-square-foot apartment on the 65th floor of One57 is on the market for $150,000 per month in rent. [NYP]  – Ariel Stulberg


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