Chef Mike Isabella has found a buyer for The Wharf condo he recently listed for sale, and it’s a familiar D.C. name: Jason Levien, lead owner of D.C. United.
Levien, as Levien Sports Representation International, bought the condo in the Vio building for $2.575 million, meaning that Isabella and his wife netted nearly $400,000 on the property in just the few months that they owned it. They bought it in March for $2.19 million, shortly before Isabella was sued for sexual harassment by former Mike Isabella Concepts General Manager Chloe Caras. He settled the suit for undisclosed terms in May.
The sale happened quickly; Isabella just listed the condo earlier this month, according to Washingtonian. Both Levien and Isabella declined to comment for this story.
Levien serves as D.C. United’s co-chairman and CEO, and an investment group he leads owns a majority of the team after it bought out previous partner Erick Thohir in August. The move makes sense for Levien as The Wharf on the Southwest…Read the full story from the Washington Business Journal.