Composer Peter Buffett lists One Madison Park spread for $4.1 million

New York /
Mar.March 02, 2012 12:00 PM

The much-beleaguered building at One Madison Park may be set to make a comeback once bankruptcy issues are resolved and a new owner takes the reins, but some of the buyers at the condominium at 23 East 22nd Street aren’t willing to wait out the property’s troubles.

Musician and composer Peter Buffett, the second son of billionaire investor Warren Buffett, has listed his three-bedroom, three-bathroom unit at One Madison for sale, Curbed reported; he is asking $4.1 million for the apartment, for which he paid $3.56 million in 2009.

The unit’s listing brokers, Yoko Sanada (note: correction appended) and Matthew Gulker of Prudential Douglas Elliman, sure know how to spin the building’s spotted past, and have emphasized the likelihood that the building will reach its full potential when a new owner comes onboard.

“[This is] a very unique opportunity to purchase the building’s first resale unit before One Madison Park is fully completed and becomes the most iconic address in Downtown Manhattan,” the listing says.

The almost 2,000-square-foot unit features a state of the art chef’s kitchen with rosewood cabinets, luxurious spa bathrooms and white-oak floors. [Curbed]


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