Phil Galfond’s NYC Condo selling for $4 Million
Last month, we discussed how high stakes poker pro Phil Galfond was planning to sell his New York City condo. But an update is in order because his condo has officially been put on the market at a sale price of $3,990,000.
The primary reason for the $4 million price tag is its Greenwich Village location, which is one of the pricier areas of New York City. It’s also worth mentioning that Galfond is selling the property at a higher price than he originally bought it for ($3.14 million) since he did some updates on it.
The biggest update is that Galfond took the two condos he purchased, and combined them into one big unit. In addition to this, he also installed a slide that goes from the upstairs to the downstairs – although this is unlikely to boost the final sale price. If you’re wondering about some of the main points of this property, the Core Group, which is selling the condo, wrote about some of the major aspects with the following:
This convertible 4-bedroom, 4-bathroom home with over 2,400-square feet is accessed through a private keyed elevator. Features include a media/game room, home office, 18-foot double height atrium, two large glass walled terraces, a private roof deck, along with a beautiful Italian-made Rintal staircase, as an alternative way down to the first floor.
As we mentioned in our last post about Phil Galfond selling his NYC place, the primary motivation for the sale is that he’s living in Vancouver and not using it. He said, “I’m not living there, nobody’s living there. And I considered renting it out, but I don’t really like the idea of someone in my space if I’m gonna be back there. And I realize that I don’t really know if I’m gonna be back there.”
If you watch much TV keep a look out for Galfond’s condo when it appears on the Home & Garden TV show Selling New York.