Ron Perelman Wants $75 Million for Two Connected NYC Townhouses
October 08, 2020 - New York
Billionaire businessman Ron Perelman is looking to unload two connected townhouses on the Upper East Side for $75 million.
The investment banker is seeking $65 million for the larger of two homes he owns on East 63rd Street, the WSJ reported.
The roughly 40-foot-wide Upper East Side mansion is about 19,000 square feet. It is neo-Georgian in style and was designed as the Hangar Club, a club for aviators, around 1930, according to New York’s Landmarks Preservation Commission.
It has an iron entrance portico, Flemish-bond brick and a slate mansard roof, according to the commission.
The smaller of the two houses, which spans just 7,000 square feet, is asking $10 million.
The two townhouses, which sit about a block and a half from Central Park, are connected via a door and are listed separately, but could also be sold together.
Serena Boardman of Sotheby’s International Realty is marketing the homes on Mr. Perelman’s behalf.
Source: The Real Deal
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