A Duplex at 220 Central Park South Closes at $80 Million


Suna Said, founder of Nima Capital and

Suna’s investment firm, sold the apartment to an anonymous purchaser on the 8th and 9th floors of this 18-story building. The deal also included a studio in the main building. The developer had originally sought $110 million for the penthouse. It was sold at $30 million. This is a far cry from the original price of $30 million. Scott Lynn

was the buyer. He is an art collector, the founder of Masterworks and CEO. The buyer was listed as 79 XTS L.L.C. The buyer was listed as 79 XTS L.L.C.Elsewhere downtown, the art director Fabien Baron

sold his 19th-century Greenwich Village townhouse, and Daniel S. Glaser, the former head of the insurance services giant Marsh McLennan, bought a duplex in the Flatiron district.

Randy Lerner

, the billionaire investor and former owner of the Cleveland Browns football team, purchased the Fifth Avenue duplex of Daniel Humm, a Swiss-born chef and restaurateur.And in Brooklyn, the award-winning songwriters Robert Lopez

and Kristen Anderson-Lopez, responsible for the catchy “Let it Go” ballad from Disney’s “Frozen,” bought two apartments at a new development in Dumbo. The 220 Central Park South, a duplex that was purchased for $80,000,000 is the most expensive sale of the 10-unit building. It sits next to the 70-story tower. The first sale was for $65.6 million back in fall 2020.

The identity of the new owner was protected by the limited-liability company 220CPSV8.The apartment is 7,911 square foot and has six bedrooms, seven and a quarter bathrooms and an outdoor space measuring 1,095 square feet. There is also an extra 1,095 square foot of outdoor space that provides a close-up view of Central Park. It’s only the sixth sale in the entire complex. In early 2019, the hedge fund manager Kenneth C. Griffin famously closed on four unfinished floors in the tower, paying almost $240 million, a national record for a single residence.Speaking of unfinished, the penthouse that sold for $30 million at what is known as the Woolworth Tower Residences, at 2 Park Place, was also a so-called white-box purchase, without interior walls or finishes. According to a Masterworks spokesperson, Mr. Lynn is working on plans for the building and expects it to take about three years to complete. Pinnacle Penthouse is a unit of approximately 12,100 square foot, located on the 49th or 50th floor in the copper peak of the 1913 neogothic building. Alchemy Properties has sold all 32 units in the Woolworth Building’s 58th floor, which was named after discount-store pioneer Frank Winfield Woolworth. Mr. Baron got $18 million for his townhouse at 55 West Ninth Street, between Fifth Avenue and Avenue of the Americas in Greenwich Village Historic District. Baron

got $18 million for his townhouse at 55 West Ninth Street, between Fifth Avenue and Avenue of the Americas in the Greenwich Village Historic District.The buyer used the limited liability company Rainey Rondellio, registered in Wyoming, in the transaction.

The five-story, 22-foot-wide brick and brownstone townhouse was built around 1840 and fully renovated in a classical and modern aesthetic. The 4,662-square foot home features four bedrooms, three and a quarter bathrooms, as well as ample outdoor space. This includes a beautifully landscaped garden located off the kitchen, which is perfect for hosting early autumn soirees, and a terrace on the parlor level. Baron founded Baron & Baron – a boutique advertising firm that specializes in luxury fashion, fragrance, and cosmetics brands such as Calvin Klein, Fendi, and Michael Kors. Mr. Glaser bought a duplex in the Madison Square Park Tower for $14.5 million. It has stunning views from every angle. The 5,866-square foot apartment features four bedrooms, four bathrooms, and a powder bathroom. The main floor’s great room has a wet-bar and is lined with floor to ceiling windows with panoramic views of the East River and the city. The laundry room, as well as the large walk-in wardrobe in the main bedroom suite, have great views.

The top floor primary suite also has a spa-like marble bathroom, with heated floors, and a separate tub overlooking the cityscape. Who needs art in this space?

Mr. Lerner

, who owned the Cleveland Browns between 2002 and 2012 after inheriting the team from his father’s death, paid $17 Million for Mr. Humm’s duplex located at 40 Fifth Avenue, in the heart Greenwich Village. Mr. Humm, owner of the highly rated restaurant Eleven Madison Park, made a tidy profit on the duplex sale, having bought it just a couple of years ago for $14.5 million. The Lopezes paid a total of 11.3 million dollars for two adjacent apartments in Olympia Dumbo at 30 Front Street. Both units offer breathtaking views of Manhattan, Brooklyn Bridge Park and New York Harbor. It also comes with a 404-square foot terrace off the great room.

The other unit, closing at $3.7 million, measures 1,485 square feet, with two bedrooms and two bathrooms.

The songwriting couple will need all the room they can get to display their numerous awards accumulated over the years, including a Grammy and Oscar for “Let it Go” and an Oscar for “Remember Me,” from the animated film “Coco.”

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