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.
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.
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.
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