Socialite couple skipped out on pricey pad at Spitzer’s 800 Fifth

Alexandra Fairweather and Eric Goodman owe tens of thousands in rent, according to a lawsuit

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Aug.August 26, 2018 11:00 AM

800 Fifth Avenue and Eliot Spitzer (Credit: CityRealty and Getty Images)

A socialite power-couple allegedly owes tens of thousands of dollars on a pricey Fifth Avenue rental, according to a new lawsuit.

Alexandra Fairweather and Eric Goodman, co-founders of the networking app Ivy Untapped and co-publishers of the luxury magazine Fairweather, moved into a $11,650-per-month rental at Eliot Spitzer‘s 800 Fifth Avenue in June 2015, the New York Post reported.

Their lease expired in May 2017, but the lawsuit alleges that the couple skipped out about a year before the lease was up and owes $92,005.15, after taking into account their $23,329.86 security deposit.

The couple did not respond to the Post’s request for comment.

Spitzer used to live in the Upper East Side building developed by his father, the late Bernard Spitzer, in the 1970s. His old apartment hit the market late last year asking $20,500 per month. [NYP] — Rich Bockmann


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