Bob Weinstein sells 211 CPW duplex

The producer recently also sold his Greenwich estate

TRD New York /
Jul.July 05, 2018 04:14 PM

Bob Weinstein and 211 Central Park West (Credit: Getty Images)

Film producer Bob Weinstein sold his 211 Central Park West co-op for $20.5 million, according to property records filed with the city Thursday.

The duplex was originally asking $29.5 million — and Weinstein paid $20 million for it in 2004. The buyer is Pamela Schein Murphy, founder of lifestyle website the Select 7, records show.

The producer’s brother Harvey has been at the center of a major sexual misconduct scandal, which led to his indictment in May. Lantern Capital won an auction to buy the bankrupt Weinstein Company.

The Corcoran Group’s Deborah Grubman, David Adler and Paul Albano had the listing. The unit spans 7,000 square feet and includes two terraces.

Bob Weinstein has sold other properties, too. He recently sold his 3.25-acre estate in Greenwich, Connecticut for $17 million. He bought 13,000-square-foot home in 2000 for $16.4 million.

In December, Weinstein sold his Upper West Side townhouse for $15 million. He bought the five-story property with ex-wife Annie Clayton for $15 million in 2009.

Meanwhile, earlier this year, Harvey Weinstein sold his Greenwich Village townhouse for $25.6 million. He bought the house in 2006 for $14.95 million and sold it to Cheget LLC.


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