Suffering From Income Inequality, Anthony Weiner Looks to Scale Down to Modest $8,000 Per Month Apartment

Posted by on Jan 21, 2014 at 7:44 am
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There’s severe income inequality in the Weiner household. His wife has a job and he’s unemployable.

Disgraced pol Anthony Weiner and his wife, Huma Abedin, are looking to move out of their $12,000-a-month Park Avenue South rental to a cheaper place.

“Their lease is up in a couple of months, so they are looking at apartments,” a source told us.

The pervy former mayoral candidate and the aide to former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton were spotted looking at apartments last week in the Gramercy area, spies said, east of the $3.3 million, four-bedroom rental they’ve been living in that’s owned by Democratic donor Jack Rosen, a close pal of Bill Clinton.

Citi Habitats broker Brian Morgan told Page Six the couple toured a three-bedroom, 2¹/₂ -bathroom unit at 340 E. 23rd St., the Philippe Starck­designed building near Second Avenue dubbed Gramercy Starck.

The apartment’s $8,000-per-month rent would signifcantly bring down Weiner and Abedin’s overhead.

How much more must they suffer?

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5 Responses to “Suffering From Income Inequality, Anthony Weiner Looks to Scale Down to Modest $8,000 Per Month Apartment”

  1. Sammy on 21/21/14 at 2:50 pm

    If they are going by the 28% of gross income rule for housing this would mean the Weiners are managing to squeak by and survive on around $343,000/year income. What is Huma doing for Hillary again?