Larry Silverstein wants $14M for his pad on Park Ave.

Developer is heading downtown

Larry Silverstein and 500 Park Avenue
Larry Silverstein and 500 Park Avenue

As he prepares to move downtown, Larry Silverstein has listed his longtime home in Midtown for $13.9M.

The developer plans to move into a penthouse at 30 Park Place, a condominium built by his firm Silverstein Properties, the Wall Street Journal reported. Silverstein and his wife Klara have lived at 500 Park Avenue for more than 33 years. The full-floor, five-bedroom condo unit has views of Central Park, a paneled library and a dining room. There’s only one other unit on the market at 500 Park Avenue — a two-bedroom pad listed at $6 million.

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The couple’s new digs are just under four minutes to Silverstein’s office at 7 World Trade Center. Their daughter, Lisa Silverstein, and her family are also moving into the building on a lower floor. Silverstein joked that his 12-year-old grandson is planning to show him how to skateboard to the office.

“We’re in active discussions about it,” he said. [WSJ] — Kathryn Brenzel