Time Warner units in contract for $57.5M

New York /
Nov.November 01, 2010 06:00 PM

Clockwise from top left: Brenda Powers, 25 Columbus Circle, Douglas Von Allmen and Elizabeth Lee Sample

Two duplexes in the Time Warner Center building at 25 Columbus Circle have gone into contract in a single deal for $57.5 million, according to the Observer. The Post had reported in August that hedge fund financier Douglas Von Allmen had sold his 3,500-square-foot duplex for around $15.7 million to a Russian tycoon, and that the merger of that unit with neighbor Steven Feder’s 4,500-square-foot pad was not happening. According to sources close to the deal and an internal brokers’ database, the duplexes went into contract in one transaction. Brown Harris Stevens’ listing brokers Elizabeth Lee Sample and Brenda Powers declined to comment. It is unclear whether the Post was mistaken in its reporting of the single sale or whether the Russian tycoon actually decided to take both units. The combined space will feature three kitchens, eight bedrooms, 12 marble bathrooms, floor-to-ceiling windows with views of Central Park and an in-apartment elevator. [NYO]

 

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