Banker/Financier Sanford Weill, who is the former chairman and chief executive of Citigroup, has put his Manhattan penthouse on the market for a whopping $88,000,000. Located at 15 Central Park West, Sanford and his wife Joan purchased the single floor 10-room penthouse for around $43.7 million back in 2007. It boasts 6,744 square feet of living space with 4 bedrooms, 6.5 bathrooms, 12.5′ ceilings, formal living room with fireplace, 19 French doors throughout, Brazilian rosewood paneled library with fireplace, formal dining room, family room/den with wet bar, eat-in kitchen and wrap-around terraces.

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  • Iulian Pojar

    the question is ” can you build an entire building like that for 88 million? “




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  • Grrrowler

    It’s a great building, an amazing apartment, and I flat out love the decor. But, $88 million? Is this building in such demand that the apartment warrants an over 100% price increase in 4 years?




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  • Iemand

    Talk about a price increase or what? And how many (walk-in) closets does a man nee?

    Other then that, floorplan looks practical and good, the rooms look good (furniture and stuff). But 88 million…damn, better buy some good stuff on Long Island or something for 30 million. Buy a helicopter and fly to Manhatten.




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  • Venom

    $88 million? Nicca please:)




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  • NOVA Ben

    I know how sacred this location is in the world of high-end real estate, but $88 million for 6,700 sf will NEVER be sane in my eyes, no matter WHERE it is.




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  • Daniel

    It is a stunning apartment, but I was hoping for the price bedrooms 3 and 4 would have their own dedicated walk-in closet, not something across the hall.

    And this is a personal pet peeve of mine, but why would you want to have two separate tables in the dining room? It just seems so…unfriendly. I’ve always wondered how you would decide to split up your party. It is something I would *never* want to have.




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  • Chance

    Although it is stunning and the location is prime, the price is going to have to come down at least $30 million for this to sell.




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  • george

    $13,048 a sq ft. What a deal.




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  • Tay

    2007, top of the real estate market, sold for $43.7….2011, housing market mess> $88 mill… makes sense.




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  • Atlanta Resident

    Ew. it’s in the upper WEST side. gross




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  • Duckworthy

    One word comes to mind: Why?




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  • rob

    This apartment will be haunted by the ghost of the criminal who owned it. Whoever gives this vampire that much profit will be cursed. The only cure for this apartment is to cut off the head of the bankster vampire who owns it and hang it from the chandelier in the living room. This apartment was bought with the tears of countless Americans.




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  • Chris

    And yet here we are, two-three years later and said apartment sold for……$88 million cash, breaking all records for an apartment in New York.




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