Philip Seymour Hoffman’s condo goes on the market

Philip Seymour Hoffman and 35 Bethune Street

The late Philip Seymour Hoffman’s West Village condominium is on the market.

The fourth-floor two-bedroom unit in the Pickwick House at 35 Bethune Street, a former printing plant that was converted into condominiums in 1984, is the location where the Oscar-winning actor died last month. Hoffman reportedly lived in the home until last fall, and paid $9,995 per month in rent at the time.

The Corcoran Group’s Arlyne Blitz has the listing, according to the brokerage website.

Contemporary fashion designer Phillip Lim rented a $12,500 a month apartment in the 22-unit building in September, as The Real Deal reported at the time. — Julie Strickland

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