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P. Diddy may have checked out the penthouse of Tribeca's Merchants House, but it's Brooklyn Nets guard Deron Williams who purchased the pad, according to the Post's Jennifer Gould Keil. According to Streeteasy, the 6,800-square-foot was last listed for $16.9 million when it was taken off the market at the end of December, but Keil reports that Williams paid $15.8 million, a price that's confirmed on the Elliman listing. The apartment has six bedrooms, four and a half bathrooms, and a 3,000-square-foot terrace that's so big there's a little bridge crossing a lilly pond. [See More]

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Displaying a stylish collection of furniture and furnishings, this Tribeca loft fascinates with its 3,428 square feet of charming living spaces. Occupying the entire fourth floor of a residential building on Hubert Street, this safe house features not only exceptional interiors, but also a state of the art security system via private key locked elevator. Stepping inside the light-flooded collection of spaces, one can see that high-tech features help in offering the inhabitants a comfortable lifestyle, like the programmable lighting system, screening facilities, sound system or electric blinds. [See & Read More]

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