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Lloyd Goldman Sells Manhattan Duplex for $12.1 Million

941 Park Ave

Real estate investor Lloyd Goldman has sold his Manhattan co-op duplex apartment to Springbok Capital Management’s Gavin Saitowitz for $12.1 million, The Real Deal has reported.

Goldman will keep his penthouse located in the same building which he acquired two years ago for $13.8 million.

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The apartment is located at 941 Park Ave., on Manhattan’s Upper East Side between 81st and 82nd Streets. It has 12 rooms, including 4 bedrooms, 5.5 bathrooms. It features herringbone wood floors and a 17 by 27 foot living room with.

The building has 35 apartments over 16 floors most of which are 12 and 13 room duplexes. It has an exercise room.

Douglas Elliman had the listing and its website describes the building as follows:

One of the more visually interesting buildings on the avenue, 941 Park was built in 1927 and converted to a cooperative in 1955. It was designed by Schwartz & Gross. Apartments at this pet-friendly full-service co-op include a vast high-floor duplex with panoramic views in addition to 34 spacious prewar apartments. This prime Carnegie Hill location is near the Metropolitan Museum of Art and many other museums as well as the restaurants, boutiques and art galleries of Madison Avenue and everything the Upper East Side has to offer.

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