Another resale at 220 Central Park South Lands in the record book

Vicki Been, a former deputy mayor of New York City, and her husband, Richard Revesz, also sold their West Village townhouse.

On the Upper West Side, Andrew P. Napolitano, a syndicated columnist and former Fox legal analyst and Supreme Court justice, sold his apartment at Trump International. And at San Remo, there were occasional sales of Peter W. May, a founder of Triarc Companies, the holding company of Wendy’s, and his wife, Leni May, and of Kevin W. Kennedy, the former president of the Metropolitan Opera, and his wife, Karen Kennedy .

Penthouse 73 includes 9,817 square feet on the 73rd and 74th floors of 220 Central Park South. It includes four bedrooms, five full bathrooms and two powder rooms as well as a 796 square foot patio, according to the latest offering plan from the developer, Vornado Realty Trust.

A 545-square-foot studio “girl’s room” on the 19th floor, purchased for $ 2.1 million at the same time as the duplex, was also included in the deal.

The penthouse apartment was purchased through Hennessy Square Limited Liability Company, which is affiliated with Blue Pool Capital, a Hong Kong-based asset manager who holds a portion of the assets of Mr. Tsai and Mr. Ma. Public documents show that a $ 71.5 million 30-year mortgage was taken out by Blue Pool Capital with JPMorgan Chase.

There was no response to requests for comment from Blue Pool or from Mr. Och, put forward through Willoughby Capital, the company he started after leaving the hedge fund Och-Ziff Capital.

In other resale in the building was a 3,114-square-foot apartment that fills half of 38. floor, with three bedrooms and three and a half bathrooms, sold for $ 32 million. The anonymous seller had paid $ 22.5 million for the device almost three years ago. The buyer was identified as NY Liberty Holdings.

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