Try before you buy? Ed Scheetz’s Soho penthouse on both rental and sales market

Pad at 20 Greene Street can be rented for $75K or bought for $16M

New York /
Sep.September 28, 2017 09:10 AM

Hotel mogul Ed Scheetz’s really wants to make some money on his Soho penthouse — and fast.

The former Morgans Hotel Group CEO is listing his duplex penthouse at 20 Greene Street in Soho for $75,000 a month in rent, or buyers can purchase it outright for $15.93 million, down from its initial asking price of $18 million, according to the New York Post.

Scheetz bought the duplex penthouse in 2008 for $10 million. The two-bedroom home spans 4,189 square feet and includes 2,000 square feet of landscaped outdoor space. Tech twins Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss reportedly own a neighboring penthouse.

Scheetz left the troubled Chelsea Hotel project last year over disagreements and expenses. [NYP]Eddie Small


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