Ralph Lauren Exec Jackwyn Nemerov Sheds Tribeca Pad

Preppy. And pristine.

Keeping an apartment in the city, while almost as de riguer as country club membership among the corporate elite, is not for everyone. And it appears that Ralph Lauren’s executive vice president has decided she’d prefer to live full-time where the polo ponies roam, in Greenwich.

Jackwyn Nemerov and husband Neal, who heads up the Nemerov Charitable foundation, have sold their 22nd floor condo at 101 Warren Street, cashing the two-bedroom in for $4 million, according to city records.

Ms. Nemerov, who has held the reigns at Ralph Lauren for some time, routinely ranks among the highest paid women in the country; last year she earned a handsome but not altogether preposterous salary of $12 million. She’s obviously quite adept at raking in the dough, as she purchased the condo for a mere $2.9 million back in 2008.

The buyers, Verisk Analytics president Scott G. Stephenson and wife Beth even paid a good deal more than the $3.69 million ask. Listed with Corcoran brokers Liora Yalof and Elizabeth Salhman, the condo spent a mere 19 days on the market before entering contract.

We suppose that Ms. Nemerov made the sleek space, which comes with high-end finishes and an enclosed loggia that the listing tells us “offers a romantic spot for a morning coffee or cocktails in the evening,” seem as desirable as a buttondown stitched with the famous rider.

And the building isn’t bad either. It comes with a private, elevated pine tree forest and for the workaholics, a board room and a Bloomberg financial lounge.

kvelsey@observer.com Ralph Lauren Exec Jackwyn Nemerov Sheds Tribeca Pad