The Man Who Inspired A ‘Wolf Of Wall Street’ Character Is Selling Ultimate NYC Bro Palace For $24.88 Million

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Rich, ballin’ New York City businessman Alan Wilzig isn’t a household name, but you definitely know of him from the character he inspired in Wolf Of Wall Street. He’s the “guy” who delivered the iconic “jet ski” line when introducing  Jordan Belfort to his wife, Naomi Lapaglia (Margot Robbie):



Wilzig is a big auto-racing guy, plus he collects all sorts of automobiles and motorcycles. According to an old NY Times article, “over 100 cars, motorcycles and off-road vehicles,” mostly in an upstate property. His spot in Manhattan, meanwhile, is the ultimate Bro pad. It’s a condo in Tribeca that he’s trying to unload for $24.885 million, according to Business Insider.

Wilzig slashed the price considerably for the 6,500-square-foot townhouse, first listing it at $44 million than taking it down to $38.5 million and now at $24.885 million, reports BI. But if you have the cash for a party palace with roof deck, backyard, three bedrooms, and a garage (… a huge anomaly in Manhattan real estate),  it’s a pretty baller spot.

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Not going to lie, Ttis closet reminds me of Dave Chappelle’s “BALLIN’!” sketch that makes fun of MTV Cribs.  Look at all those racks for a dope sneaker collection:

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And also, there’s a tanning bed. Because if you’re a rich baller, why not bake yourself as orange as possible for those trips to A.C. every week?

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Brandon Wenerd is BroBible's publisher and founding partner, overseeing partnerships and content on all channels in Los Angeles. A graduate of Penn State, he loves live music, Phish, the Grateful Dead, Philly sports, and adventures of all kinds. He can be reached at

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