Steve Cohen’s city condo sells above asking price after big cut

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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