150 Charles pad trades for $13.7M

Condo is located in celeb-favorite 150 Charles Street

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Dec.December 11, 2018 05:00 PM

150 Charles Street

UPDATED, DEC. 12 AT 10:55 a.m.: A businessman named Steven Klein sold his West Village condo at 150 Charles Street for $13.7 million, according to a city filing.

He had originally listed the apartment for $15 million. The buyer of the three-bedroom, 3,000-square-foot condo was an entity named “The TT Trust.”

Listing agent Peter Zaitzeff of the Corcoran Group declined to comment.

The 16-story building, developed by the Witkoff Group, has sweeping views of the Hudson River and is a celeb favorite. Current and former residents include Jon Bon Jovi, Ben Stiller and Irina Shayk.

In February, Gildo Pallanca Pastor, a Monaco-born billionaire, snapped up a condo in the building for $10 million.

Editor’s note: This story originally misidentified the buyer as Steven Klein, a fashion photographer. 


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