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Steve Cohen may have taken his $82M pad off the market

Hedge funder's One Beacon PH appears to be de-listed once again

June 12, 2015 05:30PM

From left: Steve Cohen and his penthouse at One Beacon Court

From left: Steve Cohen and his penthouse at One Beacon Court

Hedge fund manager Steve Cohen’s $82 million apartment has apparently been taken off the market.

The mogul has been looking to sell his pad at One Beacon Court, but his broker Serena Boardman of Sotheby’s International Realty hasn’t been able to find a suitable buyer yet, according to the New York Daily News. He first listed his apartment in 2013 for $115 million and has taken the unit off the market before.

Cohen bough the apartment a decade ago for $24 million.

The duplex spans 9,000 square feet. Starchitect Gwathmey Siegel designed the four-bedroom unit.

The pad came up during a panel conversation earlier this year, during a forum hosted by the China General Chamber of Commerce that featured Related Cos. CEO Jeff Blau, Goldman Sachs’ Mike Graziano and Vornado Realty Trust’s Steven Roth among others.

“I sold an apartment to a famous person here for $20 million,” Roth said during that conversation as he most likely referred to the scandal-plagued hedge fund manager. “He now has it on the market for $85 million — I hate that!” [NYDN] — Claire Moses