Billionaire Dan Och just bought one of New York's most expensive apartments
January 07, 2020 - Manhattan
Billionaire investor Daniel Och is the buyer behind one of the most expensive apartments ever sold in New York City.
Mr. Och paid roughly $95 million for the penthouse unit as well as a smaller unit on a lower floor of the building, located at 220 Central Park South.
Mr. Och recently relocated to South Florida to save on taxes and plans for this home to be a pied-a-terre.
Few New York City homes have ever sold for more.
They include the roughly $238 million apartment at the same building purchased by hedge funder Ken Griffin earlier this year and tech mogul Michael Dell’s purchase of a $100.47 million apartment at 157 West 57th Street in 2014, records show.
Mr. Och’s new four-bedroom apartment spans about 9,800 square feet, according to marketing materials for the property.
The Robert A.M. Stern Architects-designed skyscraper has interiors by French designer Thierry W. Despont and an Alabama Silver Shadow limestone facade.
The amenities include private dining rooms, an athletic club, a juice bar, a library, a basketball court, a golf simulator and a children’s play area.
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