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This Just In: Heidi Klum Loses Benjamins on Bank Street


Heidi Klum, the host of my all-time favorite reality show, just sold her West Village penthouse, which she's owned since 2002. The lucky new owners are photographer, gallery owner, and collage artist Steve Joester and his wife, Debra.

The Joesters spent $5.35 million for Klum's penthouse — a quarter million dollars under the the asking price. The three-bedroom apartment includes a library, open kitchen, two-and-a-half baths, a hot tub, rooftop deck, and exceptional views of Manhattan and the Hudson River.

To find out if Heidi and her family have plans of leaving Manhattan altogether,

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Lest any New Yorkers out there are concerned about fewer Heidi sightings due to this sale, fear not: According to the New York Post:

[F]riends of the Teutonic temptress say that she's looking to buy a substantial pad in downtown Manhattan.

She's outgrown the apartment," says a source. "She's very family-oriented and needs a lot more space for nannies and visiting relatives. Plus, she didn't like the kids climbing the small spiral staircase between floors.

Photo courtesy of Rankin and Source

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