Vincent Gallo sold his Trump Tower apartment for $1.59 million.
That’s it, everyone.
According to records filed with the city’s Department of Finance on Monday, actor and director Vincent Gallo sold his Trump Tower condo for $1.59 million, which is what the price was.
Gallo, a native of Buffalo, New York, who has worked on “Buffalo ’66,” bought the 54th-floor apartment for $1.47 million in 2019. That deal: Before that, the home had been on and off the market for a while and had a price of $3.4 million, according to StreetEasy records. It then dropped its price.
During that time, he is said to have made a lowball offer and bought the apartment in an all-cash deal, as well as without even seeing it, with “no conditions and no conditions.” He also said that he couldn’t be happier with the deal he had made.
Because his time there is over. Deed: Gallo’s current address is in Tuscon, Arizona. It also shows that the apartment was put on the market in late November 2021 and closed late last month. The buyer, 21 Buffalo LLC, has the name Irina Stanovitch, but we don’t know who she is yet.
1,064 square feet: One bedroom, one bathroom, and one powder room. The apartment is on the southwest corner and looks out to “unobstructed” views. The listing images show clear views of the Billionaires’ Row supertalls that are close by.
Oversized windows in the bedroom, a living area with room for a table, and a small kitchen with white appliances are also shown in the listing images.
Gallo told the New York Post that he saw the Trump Tower unit at 721 Fifth Avenue as a blank canvas. But he didn’t seem to do very much when he owned it. There was an old ad for the unit with mauve-colored walls, and Gallo looks like he painted them white after he bought it.
It was in the 100 11th Ave. building by Jean Nouvel, which he used to own. He sold it for $2.47 million in 2016.
At Trump Tower, the new owner will get a library, a gym, and a business center as part of the deal.
Nitza Shafrir Zinbarg, who works for Trump International Realty, was in charge of the sale.