Estate of late Broadway producer wants $180M for her NY and Florida properties

The "Kinky Boots" producer, who died earlier this month, also listed a Palm Beach mansion for $135M.

TRD New York /
May.May 29, 2019 12:00 PM
Terry Anne Kramer and interior views of 15 East 69th Street

Terry Anne Kramer and interior views of 15 East 69th Street (Credit: Getty Images)

The Upper East Side penthouse apartment previously owned by the late New York socialite and broadway producer Terry Anne Kramer has been listed for $45 million.

The 6,500 square feet duplex on the top of 15 East 69th Street, comes complete with a marble staircase, private elevator and multiple terraces, according to the Wall Street Journal. Built in the 1920s, the building was converted to condominiums in 1999, when Kramer purchased the penthouse for $11 million.

Douglas Elliman has the listing.

Kramer, who died earlier this month, was known as the producer behind Broadway productions including “Kinky Boots,” “Elephant Man” and “Evita.”

In October, Kramer also listed her 37,000-square-foot Palm Beach compound for $135 million, which, if sold at that price, would be the most expensive sale in Florida’s Palm Beach County. That listing is still active. [WSJ] — David Jeans 


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