Harvey Weinstein’s Tribeca office condo has a buyer

Real estate developer Cape Advisors is buying the space for $6M

New York /
Feb.February 17, 2019 12:00 PM

375 Greenwich Street and Harvey Weinstein (Credit: Getty Images)

The Weinstein Company’s former office is getting a new lease on life.

New York-based developer, Cape Advisors, is purchasing the 6,000-square-foot office condo for over $6 million, the New York Post reported. (It was originally asking $10 million.)

The office on the third floor at 375 Greenwich St. was bought by Harvey Weinstein and his brother Bob in 1989 for $1.1 million. Sources who recently visited the office described its furnishings and layout to the Post as dated.

The office has reportedly been empty since Weinstein Company staff moved out of the building in October 2017. Earlier in the month, company co-founder Harvey Weinstein had been fired from his position as CEO and resigned from the board after more than 30 women came forward with stories of the producer’s sexual misconduct toward them.

The Weinstein Company filed for bankruptcy last year and the disgraced producer began selling off several of his homes.

The Manhattan District Attorney is currently pursuing a case against Weinstein with charges brought against him including sexual assault and rape. He denies all charges of “nonconsensual sex.”

The sale of the third-floor Tribeca office is expected to close around the end of March. [NYP] — Erin Hudson


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