Starring Leonardo DiCaprio. Judging by the reception The Wolf of Wall Street received, he did well by the masterful director’s (Martin Scorsese) side. The movie’s based on a true story that focuses on the real-life Jordan Belfort, who was involved in laundering and fraud. Like DiCaprio’s Belfort, we’re certain that the actual Jordan Belfort lived well while everything lasted. The roomy high-end condo which Scorsese used as a filming location and was inhabited by Leonardo Belfort can actually be any wealthy person’s home for $6.495 million. The sleek Manhattan condo was first placed on the market back last September.
Property records dictate that the price was dropped by a few hundred thousand dollars a couple of months later, then jumped back to the original asking price. Interesting. The 3 bed and 3.5 bath floor plan towers over Sutton Place, offering full views via large windows at different angles. One can grasp a fuller and closer look via the sun deck. Home comes with furnished kitchen, fireplace, dishwasher, washer, and dryer. In addition to the generous 2,505 sq ft residence, the pet-friendly Milan provides access to a gym/storage/recreation rooms and has a doorman on duty. Parking is included.
Address:¬†300 E 55th St Penthouse B, New York NY 10022