Philip Seymour Hoffman’s condo goes on the market

Philip Seymour Hoffman and 35 Bethune Street

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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