You gotta love a real estate story with the headline: “Where a Greedy Wall Street Villain Would Feel Right at Home.”
The 6,250-square-foot Manhattan duplex is featured in the upcoming “Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps,” Oliver Stone’s sequel to his hit movie “Wall Street.”
It’s definitely a high-end bachelor’s pad: heavy oak, leather, “Taxi Driver” DVD and “two dozen pairs of khaki pants, 10 sweatshirts and rows upon rows of shoes.” The khaki pants are on hangers, btw.
Got $12 million to spare? It’s yours. The owner, who one pictures as an early 40-something master of the universe, has decided to spend more time in Florida.
Memo to self: Don’t forget to renew membership in the Communist Party Spartacus League.