The Wall Street titan Martin Zweig, who died early last year, has been in print of late more for the lavish properties that his financial wizardry earned than for the wizardry itself. There is the Fisher Island home in south Florida, where he spent his last days, and the Georgica Beach house, where his former wife Mollie F. Zweig has run afoul of East Hampton authorities for dune-related machinations. There’s the $12 million apartment in the Pierre that his widow Barbara D. Zweig picked up in August, and there is, of course—drum roll, please—the Pierre penthouse originally listed for $125 million, and reduced mercifully in December to a mere $95 million. But from the spoils of Mr. Zweig’s fortune we can now subtract one item—an eighth and ninth-floor unit at 625 Park Avenue, which Mollie Zweig has just sold for $21.5 million, according to city records. Read More
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