Another day, another stunning 15 Central Park West resale attempt.
On the 37th floor of the Zeckendorf brothers’ limestone masterpiece, the owners of a 2,761-square-foot, three-bedroom spread are angling for a roughly $13 million profit on their original purchase price.
The $23.95 million asking price for the unit, which belongs to William Lawrence, founder of Meridian Capital Partners, and his wife, Gloria, and which popped up on the resale market yesterday, places it squarely in the building’s top tier, though it is hardly setting records.
But nonetheless, a 124 percent markup (the Lawrences’ paid just under $10.7 million for the apartment in 2008) is nothing to sneeze at, and is one of the most ambitious resale attempts in the past year at one of the city’s most celebrated condominiums. … [more]