CNN Worldwide’s president Jeff Zucker has listed his 11-room apartment in Lenox Hill.
Zucker and wife Caryn Nathanson bought the apartment in 2007 for $12.3 million, the New York Post reported.
The renovated five-bedroom has a 38-foot wide living room, a private office and library, a chef’s kitchen with multiple dining areas and three working fireplaces. The apartment — one of 26 at 32 East 64th Street — is accessible via a private elevator.
The listing comes two years after Zucker and Nathanson announced their divorce. The couple was married for 21 years and they have four children together. Warburg Realty’s Lisa Tarnopol Deslauriers and Linda Reiner are handling the sale.
Zucker became head of CNN in 2013. Previously, he’d led NBC Universal as the network’s president and CEO. He built the Today show with hosts Katie Couric and Matt Lauer, who was fired by NBC due to three different allegations of sexual misconduct.