Anthony Weiner’s unit is up for grabs.
Weiner, 52, and his estranged wife, Huma Abedin, are moving out of 1 Irving Place by the end of June and their “very stylish and unique” duplex is on the market.
For only $11,900 per month, renters can live in the posh pad where the sext-crazed pol unwittingly torpedoed Hillary Clinton’s political career and his life unraveled.
Located on the 14th and 15th floors, the “stunning” three-bedroom flat features an “expansive, panoramic view of Union Square Park and the midtown skyline,” according to a listing Corcoran posted on May 19. A Corcoran broker would not comment on the listing or its prior tenants.
The 1,500-square-foot apartment comes with a full package of amenities including “commercial-grade” air conditioning, “ample” closets, “spa-like baths,” a new washer and dryer, and an eat-in-kitchen with “Miele appliances, a Sub-Zero refrigerator, and a wine chiller.”
“Light floods into a wall of windows from noon until sunset,” the listing reads. “The floor plan is flexible … Various configurations are possible.”
There are five churches within a three-block radius of the building.
The Weiner family dropped anchor in Union Square in November 2014, about a year after the disgraced Democrat tumbled to a fifth-place finish in the mayoral primary following revelations he sent racy online photographs and messages to multiple women.
But the kinky behavior continued. Last August, Weiner sent a woman kinky photos of his abs while in bed with his son in the apartment. Reports surfaced a month later that he had been in an online relationship with a North Carolina teenager, sending explicit messages and photos of himself posing in a pool.
The FBI, NYPD and US attorneys in two states opened an inquiry into Weiner’s conduct in September and seized his laptop and phones. When the feds realized some of Clinton’s emails were on Weiner’s computer, FBI Director James Comey…