Gordon paid $9.67 million for No. 7C in August 2007. He and his wife, Ingrid Vandebosch, customized the 3,454-square-foot space. It was initially a plain white box with high ceilings and three oversize picture windows, the Times said.
The couple settled on the asking price after a slightly bigger unit, No. 7D, went on the market for $36 million and sold for $32.5 million late last year, the newspaper said.
Nora Ariffin and Christopher Kromer, both of Halstead, are the listing brokers. They represented Gordon when he bought the place.
Gordon, whose primary home is in Charlotte, N.C., is leaving the building because “the demand for trophy apartments is pretty strong,” Ariffin told the Times. [NYT] –Mark Maurer