Seagram heir lists Park Avenue penthouse

Matthew Bronfman is looking to sell his apartment at 400 PAS

TRD New York /
Jun.June 21, 2018 11:46 AM

Matthew Bronfman and 400 Park Avenue South (Credit: Getty Images)

Seagram liquor heir Matthew Bronfman wants to sell his penthouse at 400 Park Avenue South for $12.5 million.

The unit contains four bedrooms and four-and-a-half bathrooms, and it spans 3,592 square feet, according to the Wall Street Journal. Amenities in the building include a Jacuzzi, spa, screening room and golf simulator.

Bronfman bought the unit with his wife Melanie for slightly more than $10 million in 2016, and they are moving to be closer to their son’s Upper East Side school.

Bronfman is the son of Edgar Bronfman Sr., a Canadian-American billionaire who died in 2013. He also serves as CEO and chairman of the family investment office BHB Holdings.

Brian Manning, Chris Franklin and Tim Schneider from Brown Harris Stevens are listing the unit. [WSJ] – Eddie Small

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