These are some of the most notable resi sales of the week

Ian Reisner buys once again at 230 Central Park South

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Mar.March 22, 2019 04:41 PM

Clockwise from top left: 135 West 11th Street, 980 Fifth Avenue, and 230 Central Park South (Credit: Google Maps)

In New York City’s residential real estate world this week, the British consulate dropped nearly $16 million on a Manhattan penthouse, and a townhouse formerly owned by Malcolm Forbes is reportedly in contract for $20 million. Here are some other noteworthy deals that hit public records.

Source: A TRD review of public records filed with the New York City Department of Finance from March 18 to March 22.

1. A townhouse at 135 West 11th Street, part of Rudin Management’s Greenwich Lane complex, sold to an anonymous buyer, “Col De Peyresourde LLC,” for about $21.9 million. The townhouse covers 6,998 square feet over six stories and was listed in 2018 for $25 million, according to StreetEasy. It also has two rooftop terraces. The development is comprised of five buildings and five townhouses connected by a central courtyard in the Greenwich Village Historic District.

2. Nedenia Rumbough, the granddaughter of socialite and supermarket magnate Marjorie Merriweather Post and daughter of actress Dina Merrill, bought a co-op at 980 Fifth Avenue for $8 million from an estate. The four-bedroom Lenox Hill unit was listed in January for $9.75 million, according to StreetEasy. In November, reported that Rumbough also bought a $5.94 million, 4,700-square-foot home in East Hampton.

3. Hotelier Ian Reisner picked up yet another a co-op at 230 Central Park South for $7 million. It’s far from Reisner’s first buy at the property: He has bought and sold several other units in the property over the years, such as in 2017, when he flipped a penthouse for $10.3 million, according to property records. The seller in the most recent deal was South Park Associates LLC.

4. Kevin Schwartz, CEO of California-based Paine Schwartz Partners, a private equity firm that specializes in sustainable food-chain investing, bought a sponsor unit at Atlas Capital Group’s 42 Crosby Street in Soho for $6.75 million. The three-bedroom pad spans 2,793 square feet, pricing the deal at about $2,416 per square foot. Roughly a year ago, developer Aby Rosen bought a unit there that’s about the same size for $7.6 million.

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