Phil Jackson wants to sell his Midtown co-op

"Zen Master" coach paid $4.85M for the pad at the Osborne in 2014

TRD New York /
Sep.September 18, 2017 03:15 PM

Phil Jackson and 205 West 57th Street

Phil Jackson, the record-breaking NBA coach who stepped down as president of the New York Knicks in June, is looking to sell his Midtown co-op.

Jackson wants $4.95 million for the pad at 205 West 57th Street, Curbed reported, a smidge more than the $4.85 million he paid in 2014. The two-bedroom, three-bath home at the Osborne spans 2,600 square feet, according to the listing, and boasts a 33-foot living room and oak and cherry flooring.

Jackson won a record 11 NBA championships as coach, six with the Chicago Bulls and five with the Los Angeles Lakers. He was named president of the Knicks in 2013, but after a disastrous run he announced in June that he and the team had “mutually” agreed to part ways, according to ESPN. [Curbed]Miriam Hall

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