With super high-end properties selling like hot cakes, Mitchell Julis and wife Linda clearly thought it was time to get into the action, putting their fourth-floor spread at 15 Central Park West on the market for $26 million.
And while their three-bedroom, 3.5-bath condo may not wow the broken-hearted buyers who missed out on the $52.5 million pad at 740 Park Avenue or the $40 million co-op at 2 East 70th Street, it could certainly be a nice consolation prize. Luxury buyers appear so desperate to fork over their cash these days, what won’t they buy?
And who would be a better judge of when to buy and when to sell than Mr. Julis, the co-founder of Los Angeles-based hedge fund Canyon Capital Advisors?
Elena Rybolovleva has an $88 million bee in her bonnet. Mrs. Rybolovleva has locked horns with her husband, Russian oligarch and fertilizer king Dmitry Rybolovev, in a bitter divorce battle, with his reported $9 billion at the center of the fracas. The international battle royale has spilled into New York, where Mrs. Rybolovleva has accused her husband of purchasing Sandy Weill’s prize $88 million condo at 15 Central Park West in an effort to divert funds in advance of the impending divorce.
Robert A. M. Stern’s 15 CPW is always making real estate news, from its flamboyant architect to yet another record-breaking sale. Plus the 2006 building boasts that whole best-of-both-worlds vibe, with its perfect mix of prewar and hyper-modern luxury. Plus, star power. The building is constantly raking it in.
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–Magnificent 15 Central Park West was supposed to be William and Arthur Lie Zeckendorf‘s legacy. It’s at once surprising and befitting that William’s then chosen to sell his penthouse there for $40 million. The condo in contract at a record-setting $10,259 a square foot, the New York Post reports. The apartment sits atop Read More