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Fame Slept Here

The Facts: A 2,062-square-foot three-bedroom, three-bath rented condo.
Monthly rent: $23,000.
Agents: Andrew Torrey and Noble Black, the Corcoran Group.

This apartment in the Chelsea Mercantile Building has had more than its fair share of power dwellers. Designer Marc Jacobs (pictured) just moved out after living here for more than a year while he readied his townhouse at the Superior Ink building. (He was reportedly paying $20,000 a month.) His landlord was the former New York Ranger and current Montreal Canadien Scott Gomez, who paid $3.2 million for the property four years ago. But before Jacobs, Gomez had another prominent tenant: Stephen Levinson, an executive producer of HBO’s Boardwalk Empire, In Treatment, and the recently wrapped Entourage (which, rumor has it, will soon be reincarnated as a movie). Levinson’s business partner is Mark Wahlberg, with whom he shares a much-blogged-about bromance, so it’s safe to assume that other members of their Hollywood entourage hung out a lot here, too.


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