Congressional candidate Dan Goldman’s NYC rental has sold

Nice digs if you can get them!

Dan Goldman, the veteran prosecutor famed for being the lead counsel during the first impeachment of President Donald Trump, is now running for Congress — in style.

But one thing he can’t control, like many New Yorkers, is his rental situation. Goldman and his family were renting a luxury loft at 25 N. Moore St. in Tribeca — until the owner sold it for $22 million in July.

“People thought Dan was the owner, but he was just a tenant,” his campaign spokesperson told Gimme Shelter, adding that Goldman and his brood moved right around the corner.

Their recent “epic full-floor” loft, as the listing described it, features five bedrooms and five bathrooms on the 16th floor of the Atalanta, a 17-story building that dates to 1924.

As heir to the Levi Strauss & Co. fortune, Goldman recently donated $1 million of his own money to his campaign ahead of the Aug. 23 Democratic primary, as The Post previously reported.

Interior of a living room inside the loft.
There’s 7,000 square feet inside the fancy home.
Edward Menashy
Interior of the home's dining room.
A dining area inside the Atalanta abode.
Edward Menashy
The Moore Street apartment was  residence was gut-renovated by Clodagh Design House.
The Moore Street apartment was gut-renovated by Clodagh Design House.
Edward Menashy
A windowed bathroom.
A windowed bathroom.
Edward Menashy

Goldman is running in the newly drawn 10th Congressional District of lower Manhattan and parts of brownstone and southwest Brooklyn.

His current residential neighborhood of Tribeca still ranks as the wealthiest ZIP code in Manhattan — 10013 — although it has dropped to the 22nd wealthiest ZIP code in the country, according to Property Shark

Goldman’s former 7,000-square-foot, smart-wired residence was gut-renovated by Clodagh Design House and comes with large entertaining spaces and “iconic views” from every room, including One World Trade, the Woolworth Building, the Empire State Building and the Chrysler Building.

It opens to its own private landing that leads to a living and entertaining space with triple open exposures.

There’s also an eat-in chef’s kitchen, a catering kitchen, as well as a mudroom, a laundry room, a gym, custom closets — and even a private garbage and recycling room.

Building amenities include a landscaped, common rooftop terrace with a barbecue, a pergola and a basketball hoop.

The listing broker was Matthew Coleman of Coleman Real Estate. 

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