Haute 100 NYC: Steven Cohen Relists Midtown Penthouse for $79M

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Kitchen at One Beacon Court

Founder of Point72 Asset Management and hedge fund mogul Steven Cohen has just relisted his uber-posh Midtown penthouse for $79 million.

According to StreetEasy.com, 9,000-square-foot penthouse was once listed in 2013 for $115 million, and again in December for $82 million. It was taken off the market last month.

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Located at Beacon Court, the four-bedroom and five and a half bathroom property features media/entertaining room, a powder room, a reception room, a home office, a pantry and 2 staff rooms with a full bath. The master suite has an office; a sitting room and two full bathrooms furnished with white statuary marble walls and sinks as well as black absolute granite floors.

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Additionally, the property boasts views of many of New York City’s most iconic buildings and bridges, a den, a laundry and mechanical room, a backup generator for computers and touch pads in every room, plus a host of lush amenities.


Cohen, who is worth $11.4 billion, originally purchased the property in 2005 for $25.9 million. If the property would have sold in 2013, it would have became the most expensive home sold in New York City.

According to Bloomberg Billionaires Index, he also owns a $60 million waterfront home in East Hampton, New York, and in January bought a nine-bedroom Beverly Hills, California, mansion that was listed for $35 million.

The One Beacon Court apartment is located at 58th Street and Lexington Avenue.

Photos via Corcoran

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