The ex-wife of the chairman of the board of software giant Intuit bought a four-bedroom apartment in 15 Central Park West for $17.5 million, about $3 million more than the seller paid for the condominium 16 months earlier.
Roberta Campbell, formerly married to William Campbell, current
chairman of the board and former CEO of the California-based company,
only buyer named on the purchase, which closed July 15, according to
city property records made public today.
There was no mortgage filed for the 11th-floor unit in the House building of the development, indicating the purchase was all cash.
Campbell bought the 3,840-square-foot unit, with views to the east and west, from Paula Lascano, who paid $14.2 million in March 2008 for the sponsor unit.
Lascano first put the apartment on the market in April 2008 for $22.95 million and its price was cut five times to $18.5 million in March 2009, before going into contract in May, data from Streeteasy.com shows.