The Real Deal New York

Alexander Rovt cuts townhouse ask, switches brokers

The massive UES home is now asking $21.5 million
April 12, 2015 05:00PM

Not even a free Phantom Rolls Royce could move the Upper East Side townhouse of billionaire fertilizer tycoon Alexander Rovt. Now, Rovt has slashed his ask from $25 million to $21.5 million.

Last year, brokers tried to generate interest in the 11,400-square-foot home at 232 East 63rd Street, which had already been on the market for a year, by throwing in the super-luxury car.

Now, Rovt is swapping listing broker Daniel Messing of Piquet Realty for Jason Haber of Warburg Realty and cutting the asking price, according to the New York Daily News.

Rovt, a Ukranian native, has owned the home since 2005, when he bought it from restaurateur Rocky Aoki for $4.6 million. He and his wife then demolished and rebuilt the townhouse from scratch at a cost of some $18 million. [NYDN] – Christopher Cameron [NYDN]Christopher Cameron

  • BH

    Much like the Tommy Hilfiger Plaza home this is of such a unique individual taste……how could one spend additional funds to suit their personal design after dropping down so much?

    • Guest

      ➯➯➯➯➯I RECEIVED FIRST DRAFT OF $13000!@ak10:




  • Marc

    More sh*t (fertilizer) being shoveled to hype up yet another overpriced piece of junk.
    It’ll be fun watching these morons scatter like cockroaches when this bubble bursts.

  • RLTY

    no wonder it didn’t sell…Piquet realty had the listing..