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New York Jets’ owner Woody Johnson lists home for $75M

Co-op would set record for priciest sale if it goes for full asking price
October 02, 2014 01:15PM

New York Jets owner Woody Johnson is selling his Fifth Avenue duplex.

The billionaire, who is also heir to the Johnson & Johnson fortune, put his five-bedroom home — which also includes five-and-a-half bathrooms and three maid’s rooms — on the market for $75 million. The unit is located in a 16-story Art Deco building that was designed by Rosario Candela.

If the 11th- and 12th floor unit sells for its asking price, it will set a record for the city’s most expensive co-op sale. That record is currently held by Israel Englander’s purchase of a $71.3 million co-op at 740 Park Avenue.

Johnson never lived at the apartment at 834 Fifth Avenue, according to the New York Post. He now lives at One Central Park West, the paper also reported. [NYP] — Claire Moses

  • Nick

    Of course he lived here! He lived here with his first wife and was board president for a while.

    • Jan

      yes he bought in the early 80s.And lived there up until early 2000s …that is when he moved in Trumps building across the park.