The real life version of one of the human personifications of the word "douchebag" from the movie The Wolf of Wall Street has put his two-story Tribeca maisonette on the market and it is just the worst thing you can possibly imagine.
Alan Wilzig, who is described by The Real Deal as an "entrepreneur and semi-professional race car driver," was the character in the Martin Scorsese film who showed up to a party and introduced Leonardo DiCaprio's character to his future wife. Wilzig later took to Facebook (again, in the words of the The Real Deal) to "[criticize] Scorsese for leaving out the fact that Wilzig had arrived at the party in his red Ferrari Testarossa." Taking that into account, the listing makes perfect sense — it seems about 20 percent invested in displaying the apartment to prospective buyers and 80 percent invested in showing off his huge collection of motorcycles and multi-colored lightbulbs. The whole place looks like it was designed by a spoiled six-year-old.
Wilzig is asking $43.5 million. Good. Luck.
· Real-life "Wolf of Wall Street" character goes lone wolf to sell $43M home [TRD]
· Listing: 3 Hubert Street [Zillow]
· Wilzig Townhouse [Facebook]