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Ledger's Apartment Too Spooky to Rent?

Let's say you had the kind of income where paying $26,000 per month for an apartment was like spending chump change — would you then want to rent the SoHo apartment where Heath Ledger accidentally overdosed last January? Apparently no one does because it's been officially pulled off the market. The three-bedroom, 4,400-square-foot pad, which was re-listed last July, was unable ...

Gina DiNunno
Gina DiNunno

Let's say you had the kind of income where paying $26,000 per month for an apartment was like spending chump change — would you then want to rent the SoHo apartment where Heath Ledger accidentally overdosed last January? Apparently no one does because it's been officially pulled off the market.

The three-bedroom, 4,400-square-foot pad, which was re-listed last July, was unable to snag a tenant most likely because of the high-end rental market drop and the fact that it's just plain creepy, according to The New York Post

A Corcoran Group source would only comment that the loft at 419 Broome Street is "temporarily off the market."

Why do you think the apartment was yanked off the market?