Looking to wow the board of 907 Fifth Avenue? A high-paying job in finance seems to be just the ticket.
The board has accepted Frederick Iseman’s $22.5 million bid to buy the park-facing eighth-floor apartment that belonged to late copper heiress Huguette Clark—one of the three in the building. Mr. Iseman made the bid in mid-summer, after the board reportedly blocked Qatari Prime Minister Sheikh Hamad bin Jassim bin Jaber Al Thani’s move to snap up both of Clark’s eighth-floor apartments to create one the largest floor-throughs on Fifth Avenue.
Apparently people are willing to pay a premium to live in the apartment of a reclusive, doll-loving copper heiress. At least they are when it’s a massive, 12th-floor spread facing Central Park.
Boaz Weinstein, the founder of Saba Capital, has paid $25.5 million for co-op apartment 12W, a full $1.5 million over the $24 million ask.
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