Handing over the key: Keegan-Michael Key buys at 56 Leonard

He snagged it for $5.2 million

TRD New York /
Aug.August 23, 2018 01:30 PM

Keegan-Michael Key and 56 Leonard Street (Credit: Corcoran)

UPDATED, Aug. 24, 2:14 p.m.: Comedian Keegan-Michael Key is heading to 56 Leonard Street.

56 Leonard Street

Key bought a unit for $5.2 million, property records show. The seller is an anonymous LLC listed in records as “Aldea De Project LLC.” The same entity purchased the unit in 2016 for $5.1 million.

56 Leonard Street

After years of delays, closings began at Alexico Group’s condo building in 2016. Within a month of the sales launch in 2013, 50 percent of the units were in contract for a reported $450 million. A penthouse in the building sold for $47.8 million in 2017.

Last year, Leon Shaulov, a hedge fund manager and former trader at the disgraced Galleon Group, dropped $27 million on another penthouse in the building.


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