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

Ian Reisner buys once again at 230 Central Park South

New York /
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, 27East.com 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.


Related Articles

arrow_forward_ios
Manhattan and Brooklyn saw all-time records in lease signings in April (iStock)
April leases soared across city; so did concessions
April leases soared across city; so did concessions
Council member Ben Kallos and Airbnb CEO Brian Chesky (Getty, iStock)
City Council bill would tighten screws on Airbnb
City Council bill would tighten screws on Airbnb
Blackstone CEO Stephen Schwarzman (Getty, iStock)
Blackstone buys San Diego apartment complexes in $1B deal
Blackstone buys San Diego apartment complexes in $1B deal
City Council Majority Leader Laurie Cumbo and 840 Atlantic Avenue (Getty, Google Maps)
Atlantic Avenue project gets haircut — and is rejected anyway
Atlantic Avenue project gets haircut — and is rejected anyway
Opendoor CEO Eric Wu (iStock)
Opendoor revenue bounces back in Q1
Opendoor revenue bounces back in Q1
Joan Rivers and 1 East 62nd Street (Getty, Sotheby's)
Joan Rivers’ longtime UES penthouse hits the market for $38M
Joan Rivers’ longtime UES penthouse hits the market for $38M
Clockwise from top left: Scott Stringer, Maya Wiley, Raymond McGuire, Andrew Yang and Shaun Donovan (Getty)
What do Brooklyn homes cost? Don’t ask these candidates
What do Brooklyn homes cost? Don’t ask these candidates
Exhausting other options, buyers flock to fixer-uppers
Exhausting other options, buyers flock to fixer-uppers
Exhausting other options, buyers flock to fixer-uppers
arrow_forward_ios

The Deal's newsletters give you the latest scoops, fresh headlines, marketing data, and things to know within the industry.

Loading...