The Midtown penthouse that Leonardo DiCaprio’s character in ‘The Wolf of Wall Street’ calls home is now on the market for $ 6.5 million.
Welcome to the wolf’s lair.
The Midtown penthouse Leonardo DiCaprio calls home in the new Scorsese flick “The Wolf of Wall Street” is now on the market. And at $ 6.5 million for the three-bedroom spread, buyers just might have to commit securities fraud like the film’s protagonist, Jordan Belfort, in order to afford it.
The penthouse at 300 E. 55th St. has a large living-dining room, giving the space a lofty feel.
“You certainly won’t find another apartment like it in East Midtown, where everything else is just cookie cutter,” said Nestseekers broker and “Million Dollar Listings” star Ryan Serhant, who has the listing on the 300 E. 55th St. pad.
A modern kitchen was part of the top-to-bottom renovation at the penthouse.
The 2,500-square-foot home boasts exposures on three sides, with a grand entrance into a living-dining area that looks out southwest across all of Midtown and a 200-square-foot terrace.
In one of the memorable scenes from ‘The Wolf of Wall Street,’ DiCaprio’s character and his cronies beat up a colleague in the penthouse for spilling the beans on their dastardly deals.
“It feels like a loft floating above the city,” Serhant said.
The best place to take in those views is the 200-square-foot terrace.
The terrace at the 300 E. 55th St. penthouse featured in ‘Wolf of Wall Street.’ In one scene, a character is held over this very railing, dangling over the street below.
Just watch out for the edge.
There was high drama in ‘The Wolf of Wall Street’ as financial predators dangled a colleague over a railing of the penthouse’s terrace.
In one of the more memorable scenes from “Wolf,” DiCaprio and his cronies sequester a colleague in the apartment for spilling the beans of their dastardly deals after too many beers.
‘You certainly won’t find another apartment like it in East Midtown, where everything else is just cookie cutter,’ Nestseekers broker and ‘Million Dollar Listings’ star Ryan Serhant says of the penthouse.
After a few good punches, two of the brokers grab the guy and hold him over the railing, 31 floors above busy Second Ave.
But during this time of year, when it’s too cold for the terrace, it’s cozier next to one of the condo’s two fireplaces in the living room or master bedroom.
The swank master bedroom in the $ 6.5 million penthouse.
Despite serving as the setting for a ’90s-era film, this home is all 21st century, having gotten a top-to-bottom renovation, with floor-to-ceiling marble baths and a modern kitchen — though the green cabinets do look a little like something out of the ’70s.
The E. 55th St. penthouse where parts of ‘The Wolf of Wall Street’ were shot offers killer views.
“I can totally see a new master of the universe calling this place home,” Serhant said.
The apartment isn’t the only thing in the building to have a star turn. The lobby is frequently used for others shoots, too, including “Gossip Girl” and “Curb Your Enthusiasm.”