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Crypto Exec Pays $18.3 Million for Brooklyn Heights Brownstone

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Cryptocurrency executive Joseph Larouz and his wife, Chloe Tebnoz, bought a Brooklyn townhouse for $18.3 million, according to wealth records.

According to Nancy Giddins’ listing of Brown Harris Stevens, the Brooklyn Heights property consists of five stories of brownstone with an enclosed garden and a separate carriage house.

Records show that the seller was Andrew Vogel, whose family business, Intership Ltd., provides floating housing for offshore drilling projects.

Vogel could not be reached for comment. According to his estate records, he purchased the home in 2008 for $10.8 million. Giddins said the seller underwent extensive renovations before listing the home for his $18 million in 2019. According to Streeteasy, the price will be lowered to $13.5 million in 2020 and increased to $15 million in 2021.

Lallouz co-founded Bison Trails, a blockchain infrastructure company that was acquired in 2021.

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A major US crypto exchange. A representative for Coinbase declined to comment.

The listing says the six-bedroom home has a top-floor office and rooftop deck with views of the New York Harbor and city skyline. Giddins said Vogel added bathrooms to nearly every bedroom. The home also has wooden floors, a mantelpiece and crown molding.

The property includes a brownstone and detached carriage house. A glass-enclosed rain shower is located under part of the garden. Stefano Ukumar/Brown Harris Stevens (4)

Garage includes garage, screening room, bedroom and full kitchen. The lower level has a glass-enclosed rain shower with a stained-glass ceiling under part of the garden. “He made it an incredible semi-underground cave,” said Giddins.

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A representative for the purchaser did not respond to a request for comment.

Prices in Brooklyn are rising amid limited inventory, according to Compass data. In Northwest Brooklyn, the median home sales price in the second quarter was just over $3 million, up 24.7% from 2021.

Records show that if the Brooklyn Heights home sells in 2020, the highest price for a Brooklyn townhouse is $25.5 million.

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