‘Wolf of Wall Street’ Apartment With a Tricked-Out Private Garage Asks $25M

Posted On Wed, April 20, 2016 By

Posted On Wed, April 20, 2016 By In Cool Listings, Interiors, Tribeca

This Tribeca property isn’t the kind that hits the market everyday. It belongs to Alan Wilzig, who was a character in “The Wolf of Wall Street,” introducing Leonardo DiCaprio‘s character to the woman who becomes his wife. Wilzig is an entrepreneur and semi-professional racecar driver, meaning that his three-story, 6,500-square-foot condo at 7 Hubert Street comes with a very tricked-out garage. This unit has been on and off the market since 2014, asking as much as $44 million, and now it’s down to $24,885,000.

7 Hubert Street, garage, tribeca

7 Hubert Street, garage, condo

Wilzig didn’t like how he was portrayed in “Wolf of Wall Street” and took to Facebook to criticize director Martin Scorsese for leaving out the fact that he drove a red Ferrari Testarossa. As you can see, the man is very serious about his cars.

7 Hubert Street, entryway

7 Hubert Street, stairs, condo

The apartment includes the first floor of the building, the basement and a second floor. If you thought the garage looked impressive, this entire house is filled with high-tech stuff, including motion sensors, a safe room, DMX dimmers that you can control from your phone, and built-in speakers.

7 Hubert Street, tribeca, living room, condo

7 Hubert Street, dining area

7 Hubert Street, kitchen

7 Hubert Street, dining room, kitchen

The first floor boasts the open-concept living room, dining room and kitchen that flows into an 800-square-foot patio. Special features on this floor include a built-in TV and a fireplace surrounded by white onyx in the living room, a 500 gallon aquarium between the living and dining areas, and a touchscreen TV in the kitchen that controls all the lighting, music, intercom and security cameras in the apartment.

7 Hubert Street, bedroom, condo

7 Hubert Street, bedroom, tribeca

7 Hubert Street, bedroom

7 Hubert Street, walk-in closets

7 Hubert Street, walk-in closets

The second floor holds all three bedrooms. The master bedroom has a pair of totally massive walk-in closets and an ensuite bathroom with a soaking tub. There’s also a safe room attached to the master bedroom, because, why not? The other two bedrooms also have large closets and their own bathrooms.

7 hubert street, basement, tribeca

7 Hubert Street, basement, condo

7 Hubert Street, basement, condo

And finally, the basement is very much a man-cave. It’s got an office, TV room, “retreat room,” and rec room with speakers and a custom, sound-isolated sheetrock wall coated in specialty paint that acts as a movie screen projector. Of course, what apartment would be complete without a basement sauna and adjacent tanning bed? Not this one!

[Listing: 7 Hubert Street, #TH3 by Ryan Serhant and Katherine Salyi for Nest Seekers]

[Via CityRealty]

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