Jocelyn Wildenstein’s Trump World Tower condo sells but may need facelift

1 of 3 units creditors listed that belonged to bankrupt socialite known for extensive plastic surgery

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Apr.April 04, 2021 09:00 AM
Jocelyne Wildenstein and her Trump World Tower apartment. (Getty, Realtor)

Jocelyne Wildenstein and her Trump World Tower apartment. (Getty, Realtor)

Jocelyn Wildenstein, a socialite known for her extensive plastic surgery, went from billionaire to bankrupt. Now, creditors have sold one of three condo units she combined into a single residence at Trump World Tower in Manhattan.

The unit on the 51st floor of the Midtown East tower was sold for $2 million, according to the New York Post. It was stripped of its interior.

Wildenstein had demolished several walls and combined the units into a five-bedroom, 5,160-square-foot home, according to the report.

The combined property hit the market in 2015, asking $17.5 million.

The other two units are on the market for a combined $5.6 million, but can be purchased separately.

The last major sale at Trump World Tower came in late December when Moonbeam Capital CEO Steven Maksin paid $9 million for a unit at the property.

In addition to the catlike features plastic surgery has given her eyes, Wildenstein is known for her reported $2.5 billion divorce settlement from ex-husband Alec Wildenstein in 1999, according to the report. In 2018, she filed for bankruptcy. Wildenstein was reportedly living in Miami and shopping a documentary series about her life.

[NYP] — Dennis Lynch


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