‘Lord of the Rings’ Super-Producer Bob Weinstein Lists Baronial Duplex on Manhattan’s Upper West Side

SELLER: Bob Weinstein LOCATION: New York City, NY PRICE: $29,500,000 SIZE: (approx.)
YOUR MAMA’S NOTES: A sprawling, duplex apartment at the prestigious Beresford building on New York City’s Upper West Side, owned by powerful film and television potentate Bob Weinstein, has come for sale at $29.5 million.
The approximately 7,000-square-foot spread, which carries heavy-duty maintenance fees of $15,209 per month, has four and potentially five family bedrooms and 6.5 bathrooms plus an en suite staff bedroom.
The grandly proportioned duplex’s primary entertaining spaces, with original dark stained herringbone pattern hardwoods, traditional moldings and casement windows, are located on the apartment’s lower level.
A spacious, second floor family room includes a marble-faced fireplace, a dry bar tucked into a walk-in closet, an entire wall of built-in shelves and desk space and French doors that open to a terrace with handcrafted wrought iron railings and panoramic views over the Museum of Natural History of Central Park towards the Midtown skyline.
Each of the three guest/family bedrooms on the upper floor benefits from a private bathroom, a fourth potential bedroom is lined with built-in cabinets and the master suite is luxuriously replete with a fireplace, a 32-foot-long private terrace, two walk-in closets plus a dressing room and a deluxe bathroom.
The Beresford, which pampers its residents with full-time doormen, elevator operators and a private fitness club, has long attracted elite members of the media and financial services industries.
Current residents of the tri-towered Emory Roth-designed edifice include Jerry and Jessica Seinfeld, TV journalist Diane Sawyer, Fox News host Kimberly Guilfoyle, exposé journalist John Stossel and financier Vikram Pandit while previous residents include legendary Cosmopolitan editrix Helen Gurley Brown, celebrated filmmaker Sydney Lumet, actor Tony Randall, tennis great John McEnroe, violinist extraordinaire Isaac Stern and six-time Oscar nominated actress Glenn Close who in 2005 shelled out $6,025,000 for a two-bedroom penthouse apartment that once belonged to Rock Hudson and that she sold in 2010 for $10.2 million.
The former couple also maintained not quite 11-acre estate on Michigan’s Burt Lake that was deeded over to Miz Clayton earlier this year and records show the showbiz mogul still owns a 2,914-square-foot loft-style apartment in the Astor Place neighborhood in lower Manhattan he scooped up in 2005 for exactly $3 million.
Triptyk Studios, New York, New York Petrol Advertising, Burbank, California Bridgewater Associates, Westport, Connecticut Company Confidential, Aspen, Colorado Save the Children, Fairfield, Connecticut
To read the full article click on the link below:
http://variety.com/2017/dirt/real-estalker/bob-weinstein-beresford-duplex-1202556731/

Add comment

Recent Posts

Recent Comments

Advertisement