Online dating exec swipes right for $10.5M West Village condo

InterActiveCorp's chairman buys unit at 150 Charles Street

TRD NEW YORK /
Sep.September 03, 2015 05:55 PM

Greg Blatt found love in the West Village. But not with his paramour — with a four bedroom, five-bathroom condo overlooking the Hudson River and Hudson River Park.

The Match.com grand poobah, who swiped right and now doubles as executive chairman of Tinder, grabbed a $10.48 million unit on the 16th floor of Steve Witkoff’s 91-unit 150 Charles Street, according to the New York Post.

The condo comes with amenities one would brag about in an online dating bio—over 40,000 square feet of private green space, 75-foot lap pool, concierge service, spa treatment center, gym and parking, to name a few.

Witkoff purchased the former warehouse in 2005 for $85 million. After years of lawsuits and fights with neighbors, Witkoff completed construction on the 338,000-square-foot building in 2013. It took just two weeks to sell out.

The developer offered condo buyers at the building the option of flipping their units so long as they paid Witkoff 10 percent of their profits, The Real Deal reported earlier this year. [NYP]Jaclyn Peiser


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