Quickly becoming Midtown Manhattan’s iconic statement of wealth and glamour since the December 25th release of the Martin Scorsese-Leonardo DiCaprio autobiographical film of Wall Street power broker Jordan Belfort’s financial demise, this penthouse is a movie star in its own right. We’ve seen the lobby of the Milan Condominium many times in TV’s “Gossip Girl” and “Curb Your Enthusiasm,” but who knew that just upstairs was a penthouse so breathtaking it was chosen as the fictional home of a man who could buy anything with an income of $1 million a day? Though the movie “The Wolf of Wall Street” portrays everything the newly wealthy shouldn’t do, the real life Belfort’s book of the same name also gives the four-point formula of how to achieve peak success. After being set free from his eventual four-year prison sentence after only 22 months, he is now giving motivational lectures worldwide to explain his four-point success formula and what not to do once that success is attained.
When the official movie trailer, known to pick the most spectacular scenes, chooses interior scenes from the penthouse with its stunning Manhattan-Hudson River views, one knows immediately that this is a residence to be envied. Now on the market and 32 floors high, this 2,500 square foot, three-bedroom, four-bath terraced apartment is awaiting its next owner. Ten foot glass walls fill the home with light by day and city lights by night, making it an elegant venue for daily living and dramatic entertaining. Included are wide plank bleached oak flooring, two fireplaces, a chef’s island kitchen with top-of-the-line appliances and wine storage. Bedrooms are ensuite and the master suite, with its own fireplace and terrace has a bath with six-foot soaking tub and large glass steam shower. The luxury building has a twenty-four hour doorman, concierge, residents’ garden, fitness center and garage. Located only steps from world-class restaurants, Whole Foods and shopping, there is also the 421 Tax Abatement in place through June 2017. For more information.
Asking $6.495 million for Leonardo DiCaprio penthouse in “The Wolf of Wall Street.”