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Time Warner spread hits the market asking $35M

The seller paid just $9.7 million for the unit in 2005
October 11, 2014 05:00PM

A nine-room condominium near the top of 25 Columbus Circle has hit the market asking $35 million.

No. 71A in the south tower of Time Warner Center was renovated in 2006-2007 with the installation of imported Parisian fixtures and the removal of several walls to open up the space, according to the New York Times.

The condo, designed by Barbara Lane, features three bedrooms, three bathrooms and views of the Hudson River to the west, and Central Park’s pond and reservoir to the north.

The seller is theatrical producer Roy Furman, the chairman of the board of Jefferies Capital Partners, a vice chairman of Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts and a chairman emeritus of the Film Society of Lincoln Center.

Furman paid $9.7 million for the unit in 2005. [NYT]Christopher Cameron

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