Time Warner Music exec lands $23.5M pad

November 11, 2010 08:30AM

Edgar Bronfman and 810 Fifth Avenue

Edgar Bronfman, Time Warner Music CEO and a noted real estate hopper, has picked up a new pad at 810 Fifth Avenue near the corner of 62nd Street, according to the New York Post. Although it’s not immediately clear what Bronfman paid for the two-bedroom, four-and-half-bathroom co-op, its asking price had been $23.5 million. This purchase is the latest in a long string of luxurious New York City real estate purchases for Bronfman, who is known as a connoisseur of high-end homes. Bronfman reportedly purchased a 15,000-square-foot townhouse on the Upper East Side in 1994, which he spent four years renovating and sold in 2007 for $50 million. After that, Bronfman picked up a $19.5 million co-op investment property at 1040 Fifth Avenue, which he never lived in, and also nabbed a unit in the Carhart Mansion Condominium at 3 East 95th Street near Fifth Avenue for roughly $19 million. His latest home includes a private vestibule, gallery and a library facing Central Park. [Post, 1st item]