At record-breaking 220 Central Park South, a unit just closed at $6,400 a foot

Buyer for Unit 36A is listed as "Good Hearts, LLC"

TRD New York /
Apr.April 29, 2019 04:15 PM
220 Central Park South and Vornado CEO Steve Roth (Credit: Google Maps and Getty Images)

220 Central Park South and Vornado CEO Steve Roth (Credit: Google Maps and Getty Images)

Add another deal to the list of high-priced closings at Vornado Realty Trust’s 220 Central Park South.

Unit 36A sold for $19.9 million, according to records filed with New York City’s finance department. The anonymous buyer is listed in records as “Good Hearts, LLC.”

According to the condominium offering plan, the apartment was priced at $21.5 million and spans just over 3,100 square feet. The closing price works out to $6,376 per square foot.

Earlier this month, another mystery buyer bought unit V-5 in the villa building of the project for $34.4 million. During the previous month, an anonymous buyer bought two condo units at the building on the same day. The unknown person bought unit 41A for $23.4 million, or roughly $7,500 per square foot, and unit 19G for $1.8 million, or roughly $3,600 per square foot.

Closings at the building began in October. Vornado estimates the building will bring in about $1 billion in profits.

Owners at the 79-story limestone tower include billionaire hedge funder Ken Griffin, who bought the building’s penthouse for a record-breaking $238 million; hedge funder Daniel Ochs; investment executive Richard Leibovitch; Brazilian construction heiress Renata de Camargo Nascimento; debt-collection mogul Andrew Zaro; and Albert Behler, chairman and chief executive of real estate investment trust Paramount Group.

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