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For $35, 000 a Month You, too, Can Rent Michael Hirtenstein’s Manhattan Duplex

66 E 11th St

Michael Hirtenstein, a New York real estate investor and partner in the EMM Group is offering his luxurious Manhattan Duplex apartment for rent at $35, 000 a month.

Located in the Delos Living building at 66 East 11th Street in the East Village, it was designed for healthy living and has posture-supportive cork flooring, circadian lighting, purified air and water and shower heads fitted with vitamin C filters. The sixth floor apartment has three bedrooms and a total of 3, 363 square feet.

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Constructed in 1897 and re-opened in 2014, the building has only five apartments over eight stories and its residents include Leonardo DiCaprio and Deepak Chopra. It has ornate terra-cotta façade, Italianate design, and glistening oversized windows and was once a dress factory. Donna Karan’s Urban Zen wellness concierge is available to residents to curate and coordinate their daily wellness experiences.

The listing states that, “DELOS, the pioneer of Wellness Real Estate and the WELL Building Standard, the world’s-first WELL Certified residences are designed and engineered to enhance both physical and emotional well-being. Delos has redefined the home, introducing proprietary and patented features that utilize cutting edge health technologies, processes, and materials.”

Hirtenstein, who has been a partner at EMM since 2008, originally founded and built WestCom Corporation into a $270 million international empire before its sale to OEP in early 2005. Hirtenstein continued with the company as Vice Chairman until its 2007 sale to IPC Systems Inc.

He recently took Architectural Digest on a tour of his Manhattan triplex home.

Hirtenstein spent a total of $ at 16.5 million for five units One York on the east side of Manhattan, and combined them into a home that has a total of 8, 600 square feet, and an additional 5, 500 square feet of outdoor space.

Designer Thomas Juul-Hansen and decorator Amy Lau handled the renovations.

A support column had to be replaced and new supports fitted in order for Hirtenstein to get his 19 foot high living room. There is a billiards area with a circa-1970 chandelier from Rewire Gallery. There is an outdoor living room is crafted of solid mahogany, with a custom-made fire pit.

The humongous dressing room boasts a handblown glass chandelier by jGoodDesign above a rosewood-and-leather island with a built-in seat.

Outside there is a swimming pool and the entire home offers unobstructed views of sites such as the Empire State Building and the new World Trade Center.



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