Jane Goldman, the only woman billionaire/heiress working a real estate company, has bought her Upper East Facet digs for $11 million, sources convey to Gimme solely.
The purchaser is fellow authentic estate honcho/heir William Zeckendorf.
The third-flooring, 6-bed room, 5½-tub spread at 960 Park Ave. initially went on the current market last 12 months for $12.75 million. The 12-home, entire-floor co-op is in a 1913 constructing designed by James E. R. Carpenter.
It will come with a non-public elevator landing that opens to a foyer with a bronze and glass entry door, personalized moldings, entertaining rooms, an take in-in chef’s kitchen and a library/media area.
There’s also a woodburning fire, hardwood flooring, motorized shades and soundproof windows. Goldman heads Solil Administration, which she owns with her 3 siblings.
She’s the youngest daughter of the late Sol Goldman, who was at the time the city’s major landlord. Jewels in their assortment involve the Olympic Tower, the Cartier Mansion and a 17 % stake in the Planet Trade Heart developments.
Goldman has been on a personalized offering spree lately. In June, she reportedly marketed her Palm Seashore distribute — famed for at the time staying President Kennedy’s Winter White House — for $70 million.
Zeckendorf — who co-made major properties like 15 Central Park West, 520 Park Ave., 50 United Nations Plaza and 18 Gramercy Park — arrives from a third-technology authentic estate dynasty. He is co-founder and co-chairman of Zeckendorf Enhancement, LLC, and co-chairman of Terra Holdings, LLC, the mum or dad organization of Brown Harris Stevens and Halstead Assets.
The listing broker is Suzan Kremer, of Douglas Elliman.