The Flatiron penthouse featured in “Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps,” has finally found a buyer — for close to its asking price of $15 million. The Post broke the story of the apartment going on the block when its owner, a financial executive, listed the 6,500-square-foot loft at 31 West 21st Street in spring last year in a bid to capitalize on the movie’s release and snag a buyer.
The buyer is — not surprisingly — another Wall Street titan who bought the property through an LLC and does not want to be named. The swanky four-bedroom, five-bathroom apartment has a floating staircase and a sprawling 3,000-square-foot deck that is featured in the movie.
Aligned Real Estate had the exclusive listing since the film premiered last year. Aligned founders Jon Isaacs and Steve Ganz had no comment on the sale.