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$1 Million Tribeca Condo Becomes Kinky Party Palace

Giving this dude's downtown party central walk-up a run for its money is the basement condo at Tribeca's 109 Reade Street. A new lawsuit against the condo's owner, James McGown, charges that he turned the place into an "extreme party" zone, with "fire massages" and a stripper pole, the Post reports. Neighbors allege McGown and his tenant, Dimitri Dimoulakis, worked together to hold paid parties, charging $10 or $15 per person for one November party where "a woman [waved] a wand of fire over the bare back and legs of a man, who is lying down on what looks like a kitchen counter." Scandalous! An ACRIS search suggests McGown purchased the apartment for $1 million in 2006 and transferred the deed to his daughter in '07. Above the million dollar den of sin? A pediatrician's office.
· Condo dwellers claim neighbor's apartment is an 'extreme party spot': suit [NYP]