The Real Deal New York

Westfield chief Frank Lowy sells Trump Int’l pad

Apartment once owned by “Sex and the City” creator sold for $14.2M

November 30, 2015 07:02PM
By Katherine Clarke

Frank Lowy and his former apartment at Trump International

Frank Lowy and his former apartment at Trump International

Frank Lowy, chairman of Australian retail giant the Westfield Corporation, has sold his apartment at Trump International for $14.2 million.

The buyer, a trust affiliated with Philip Kirsh and Linda Mirels, the children of South African businessman Nathan Kirsh, is a serial purchaser at the building, having gobbled up several units dating back to 2010 for a total purchase price of more than $70 million.

Lowy, whose company owns 44 malls in the U.S, U.K. and Europe and is behind the new retail complex at the World Trade Center, bought the unit for $13 million in 2013, records show. It was previously owned by Darren Star, creator of the smash-hit television show “Sex and the City.”

The apartment was first listed for sale this summer asking $15.25 million, and later reduced to $14.78 million. Alexis Bodenheimer and Cathy Franklin of the Corcoran Group had the exclusive.

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