In Deed! Vogue Photog Buys in Tribeca

lauren340 In Deed! Vogue Photog Buys in Tribeca Ira and Jody Schwartz, who recently bought an Upper East Side condo for over $10 million, according to Curbed, have sold their 200 East 74th Street apartment for $4.67 million to Michael Teitelbaum—though to precisely which of New York City’s apparently numerous Michael Teitelbaums we can’t say. The couple head an outerwear company and are “Hamptons social scene regulars,” while the apartment they recently let go sprawls over 4,000 square feet and includes a master suite complete with its own gym and spa bathroom.



— Vogue, French Elle and Bergdorf Goodman photographer Fabio Chizzola has purchased a Tribeca loft at 52 White Street. Mr. Chizzola, who is also the author of the image behind Jezebel’s greatest photoshop outrage, bought the modern apartment, which features an oversized bathroom and open-plan kitchen, for $1.925 million from Geoffrey Feldkamp, a former Lehman executive.






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