The rich continue to get richer.
“They are in contract to sell and the deal is expected to close soon,” a source said. The buyer, we hear, is a New York- and Connecticut-based financier.
The pair purchased the pad for $25.46 million in 2018, so they made a killing on this sale.
“They initially picked up an apartment on the 11th floor, which, according to the Post, they intend to keep.
They then expanded onto the 12th floor and bought a five-bedroom spread, which includes 1,900 square feet of outdoor space with Hudson River views. It’s this unit that’s expected to sell for $40 million.
Inside, the 4,647-square-foot layout includes a 31-foot corner living room with a fireplace and river views, adjoining a formal dining room. An eat-in kitchen with marble counters, Miele appliances, and wine storage opens to a family room.”
On top of that, all five bedrooms come with their own bathroom.
“Celebrities have been drawn to the building for its “paparazzi-proof” private entry via porte cochère. Other amenities for residents include an 82-foot swimming pool, fitness club, yoga and Pilates studios, and a full-size squash court.”