Disney’s Bob Iger sells UES pad for $19M

11-room co-op hit the market in July

Disney's Bob Iger and 1125 Fifth Avenue
Disney's Bob Iger and 1125 Fifth Avenue

There’s no screening room to speak of, but Disney’s Bob Iger sold his Fifth Avenue pad for nearly $19 million anyway.

The CEO’s seventh-floor co-op at 1125 Fifth Avenue fetched $18.8 million, according to property records filed with the city Monday. The buyers are Thomas Lister, a co-managing partner at London-based Permira Advisers, and his wife, Amanda.

Iger put the 11-room apartment on the market in July, asking $19 million, according to StreetEasy. Stribling & Associates’ Alexa Lambert, Marc Achilles and Julie Soffen had the listing. The brokers declined to comment.

The full-floor spread has four bedrooms, a wood-burning fireplace and wood-paneled library with views of Central Park.

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Built in 1925, the tony property has just 15 apartments. Last year, “Veep” star Julia Louis-Dreyfus’ stepmother, Phyllis Louis-Dreyfus, sold her ninth-floor pad for $16 million. A 14th-floor apartment is currently on the market, asking $20 million.

Iger, 66, has been CEO of the Walt Disney Company since 2005. Last month, Disney extended his contract through 2021 on the heels of its $52.4 billion deal to buy a majority of 21 Century Fox’s media assets.

Iger’s total pay dropped 17 percent last year to $36.3 million, according to Disney’s latest proxy filing.