It took eight years and four brokerages to finally sell Steve Cohen’s luxury Manhattan condo. Now his apartment carries another distinction in a discount-obsessed market: It sold above the asking price.
The duplex penthouse, owned by the Point72 Asset Management founder and Mets owner, was marked down in February to $29.5 million—the final whittling from a price tag that began at $115 million in 2013.
The sale price, in a deal that closed Friday, was $30.5 million, said Erin Boisson Aries, whose team at Christie’s International Real Estate took over marketing the condo in 2019. That’s a 3.4% increase over what Cohen was seeking. He paid $24 million for the apartment
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