From the April issue: Christopher Jeffries, cofounder of real estate development firm Millennium Partners, last month listed his duplex penthouse at the Ritz-Carlton for $77.5 million. That price tag makes Jeffries’ apartment, at 50 Central Park South, the most expensive condo on the market. But even if it goes for the full asking price, it won’t be the priciest Manhattan home ever sold. That honor, of course, goes to the penthouse at 15 Central Park West, which former Citigroup chairman Sanford Weill recently sold to Russian chemical magnate Dmitry Rybolovlev for a record $88 million. The go-to broker for both deals? Kyle Blackmon, a 34-year-old Brown Harris Stevens senior vice president who’s been in residential real estate for less than a decade. [more]
Is Kyle Blackmon the new go-to agent for the city’s priciest pads?
April 17, 2012 10:30AM
By Leigh Kamping-Carder