Real Estate Mack Daddy Sells 760 Park Spread to Getty Images Chief for $10 M.

A picture is worth a 1,000 bucks… or for Getty Images co-founder and CEO Jonathan D. Klein many millions, as evidenced by his recent $10 million apartment purchase at coveted co-op 760 Park Avenue. The Getty go-getter and his wife, Deborah, bought the 10-room, full-floor residence from real estate tycoon William Mack and his wife, Phyllis, according to city records.

In 2008, Ms. and Mr. Mack, who chairs AREA Property Partners and co-developed the Time Warner Center, bought two adjacent apartments at 560 Park Avenue for a combined price of $20 million with plans to combine the two into one unit. Looks like the combination has come! The couple put their 760 Park abode on the market last October for $10.9 million with Corcoran champ Leighton Candler (the Macks’ daughter-in-law is president of Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group).


Six months later, the three-bedroom, 4.5-bathroom, “rarely available” gem was signed, sealed and ready to be lived in again. The master suite—once two bedrooms, now combined into one master master—boasts a wood-burning fireplace and matching his and hers dressing rooms and baths. The “gracious” open floor plan “allows guests to flow between the library, oversized living room, and dining room while enjoying eastern light from forty feet of frontage on Park Avenue.”

Maybe Mr. Mack’s Apollo partner, Leon Black, also a resident at 760 Park, will drop off a pie—after all, the listing ensures the apartment has “the perfect layout for entertaining.”

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Real Estate Mack Daddy Sells 760 Park Spread to Getty Images Chief for $10 M.