Goldman’s David Solomon wants $24M for his San Remo pad
12-room co-op has 65 feet overlooking Central Park
Goldman Sachs bigwig David Solomon is looking to unload his palatial San Remo co-op, asking a hefty $24 million for the fourth-floor pad.
The 12-room apartment at the Emery Roth-designed building, located at 145-146 Central Park West between 74th and 75th Streets, has 65 feet of frontage overlooking Central Park. The four-bedroom residence also has nine-foot mahogany doors, herringbone floors, a chef’s kitchen and a 1,000-bottle wine storage area.
Measuring just over 5,400 square feet, the asking price works out to about $4,444 per square foot.
Property records show that Solomon — who is co-head of Goldman’s investment banking division and seen as a potential successor to Lloyd Blankfein — and his wife, Mary, have lived in the San Remo co-op since at least 2002. It’s unclear how much they paid for the unit.
They are “empty nesters [and] looking for something smaller,” said Brown Harris Stevens’ Lisa Lippman, who is marketing the property with BHS’ Gerard Moore.
Last year, Unit 6E/6F in the white-glove building was scooped up for a record $26.4 million. The buyer was the Northway Revocable Trust, according to property records.
The 7,000-square-foot penthouse triplex belonging to Demi Moore is also on the market, asking a whopping $75 million.