Time Warner Center developer renovates, ups price in attempt to sell his own pad

TRD New York /
May.May 05, 2011 08:57 AM
Kenneth Himmel and his Time Warner Center apartment

Time Warner Center developer Kenneth Himmel has listed his own 2,416-square-foot condominium at the Columbus Circle skyscraper for $18.375 million, up more than 22 percent from the $15 million he was asking for it when the apartment hit the market last year. According to the Post, Himmel, who is president and CEO of Related Urban, had pulled the listing from the market in order to renovate before upping the price. The three-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bathroom spread has a 27-by-20-foot great room, mahogany-paneled library and views of Central Park, and is listed by Brown Harris Stevens’ Elizabeth Sample and Brenda Powers. It’s unclear why Himmel is selling, but he’s not the first New York City trophy tower developer to unload his personal residence in recent months. William Zeckendorf, who built Time Warner Center competitor 15 Central Park West, sold his penthouse there for $40 million late last year. [Post]


Related Articles

arrow_forward_ios
Related's Jamar Adams and Steve Ross with 14-06 Gateway Boulevard (Credit: Getty Images and Google Maps)

Related is the latest developer to target the Rockaways

Rachel Glazer (Credit: BHS)

BHS’ top Downtown agent jumps to Compass

BHS’ chief of tech, communications out amid internal shakeup

BHS’ chief of tech, communications out amid internal shakeup

Related Chairman Stephen Ross (Credit: Getty Images, Wikipedia)

Related drops 700-foot-long “wall” from Hudson Yards plan

Shaun Osher, CORE CEO (Credit: Getty Images and iStock)

CORE becomes latest NY resi brokerage to expand into South Florida

Related Companies chairman Stephen Ross and Hudson Yards (Credit: Getty Images)

Next phase of Hudson Yards could include 700-foot-long wall

15 Hudson Yards (Credit: StreetEasy)

Hudson Yards pad resells for 22% premium

Terra Holdings owner and co-chairman Kent Swig

Kent Swig on 10 years of recovering from the Great Recession

arrow_forward_ios
Loading...