Matt Lauer has a buyer for UES apartment

The former "Today" show host is also selling off his Hamptons home

Apr.April 28, 2018 07:02 PM

133 East 64th Street and Matt Lauer. (Credit: TRD)

An unnamed buyer for Matt Lauer’s Lenox Hill co-op has been found.

The sale price, though the deal is still pending approval from the board, of the 11-room apartment is just over $7 million, according to the New York Post. The listing went up earlier this month and was handled by Stribling & Associates’ Alexa LambertJulie Soffen and Marc Achilles.

The former “Today” show co-anchor bought the property at 133 East 64th Street for $6 million in 2004. Lauer was fired by NBC last year after allegations of sexual misconduct were made public.

Lauer is also selling his Sag Harbor estate, which has been on the market for over a year. The listing price is now at $12.75 million, down from its initial asking price of $18 million. [NYP]Erin Hudson

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