Bloomberg’s ex sells Soho pad for $11.5M

New York /
Nov.November 22, 2011 01:53 PM
Susan Bloomberg and the penthouse at One Kenmare Square

Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s ex-wife, Susan Bloomberg, got the $11.5 million she wanted back in 2009 for her Soho penthouse. But the $1.5 million price hike she implemented when re-listing the apartment earlier this year proved too ambitious.

Citing city records, the New York Observer reported that an LLC named Cirrus 210 snapped up the penthouse in the glassy condominium designed by Andre Balazs at One Kenmare Square. The apartment had been on the market since July for $13 million with Arlene Weidberg, a senior vice president at Halstead Property. It was first listed in August 2009 with Dennis Mangone, who then worked at Brown Harris Stevens (he currently works at Prudential Douglas Elliman), but was taken off the market in February 2010.

The penthouse, unit PH2AB in the glassy condominium building designed by Andre Balazs, is actually a combination of two units totaling 4,472 square feet. It has five bedrooms, four and two half bathrooms, two kitchens and 4,031 square feet of outdoor space. Bloomberg purchased the units together for $10.2 million in 2006. [NYO]


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