Jefferies boss sells $21M Tribeca penthouse

Brian Friedman paid $8.2 million for the four-bedroom apartment in 2007

New York /
Jun.June 09, 2015 02:43 PM

UPDATED, June 9, 6:43 p.m.: Brian Friedman, president of investment bank Jefferies Capital Partners, sold his Tribeca pad at 25 North Moore Street for $21 million.

A mysterious buyer behind the entity N Moore PHB LLC purchased the 5,128-square-foot penthouse, which has four bedrooms and five bathrooms. The 37-unit condo building is known as the Atalanta and was built in 1924.

Friedman paid $8.2 million for the apartment in 2007.

The sale hit city records the same day as his purchase of a $16.5 million full-floor apartment on the Upper East Side at 910 Fifth Avenue.

The new apartment is slightly smaller, at 4,500 square feet, with four bedrooms and four-and-a-half bathrooms. It features frescoes on the dining room walls and a wood-paneled library.

The 3,200-square-foot retail condo in the base of 25 North Moore Street is currently being marketed by Meridian Investment Sales for $5 million.


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