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Michael Bloomberg’s Ex-Wife Susan Brown Selling Manhattan Penthouse for $11.7 Million


Photos of 41 Bond St Penthouse 1 for broker Arlene Weinberg of Halstead

Susan Brown, the ex-wife of former New York Mayor and billionaire philanthropist Michael Bloomberg, is selling her apartment located at 41 Bond St. in Manhattan’s NoHo neighborhood for $11.7 million. Arlene Weidberg of Halstead Property has the listing.

Bloomberg bought the duplex apartment in 2011 for $8.2 million. It has a total of 2, 700-square feet with two bedrooms and two bathrooms. It features 11 foot sliding glass doors from Switzerland that open to a 1, 500 square foot private outdoor terrace, 7½ -inch Austrian white oak floors, and fireplaces lined with smooth bluestone.

Photos of 41 Bond St Penthouse 1 for broker Arlene Weinberg of Halstead

There is a private keyed elevator, high 10’6 ceilings, walls of floor-to-ceiling windows and sliding glass doors inviting flooding light. A spacious entry gallery leads into a massive great room with a custom 3-sided fireplace, custom milled wainscot detailing and shelving. Off the great room area is a wet bar with integrated U-line refrigerator drawers and ice maker plus an elegant powder room. The gourmet open chef’s kitchen is styled with Artisan cabinetry with under-cabinet lighting, Carrera marble countertops, an Ann Sacks Carrera marble backsplash, premium appliances including a fully-integrated 36 Gaggenau fridge, freezer and icemaker, Wolf 36 6-burner dual-fuel range with concealed fully-vented Miele hood, Miele dishwasher, Evolution garbage disposal, Sharp drawer microwave, and an extra-large walk in pantry with loads of shelving, counter space and integrated refrigerator drawers.

From the listing:

The master suite is the ultimate retreat offering a huge walk-in closet, an over-size windowed, spa-like Carrera marble bath with soaking tub, glass walk-in shower, private water closet room, and access from both bedroom and bath to a terrace overlooking Bond Street. The second en-suite bedroom has its own entry to the expansive terrace as well. Lose yourself in tranquility and impress guests in the sun-filled private solarium/den upstairs offering loads of window walls, another custom gas fireplace and powder room. Sets of sliding glass doors lead to either the east-facing landscaped terrace for relaxing with a book or cocktail, or the exquisite south and west-facing private rooftop garden terrace with sunset views, an outdoor Wolff BBQ grill, refrigerator and sink for comfortable lounging or dining.

Enhancing the comfort are abundant closets, radiant heated flooring, multi-zone heating and cooling, a security system, an LG washer and dryer, planted window boxes with integrated irrigation systems, a 24-hour doorman and concierge, and card-access security system.

This exceptional penthouse sits in the center of downtown Manhattan on one of NYC’s most prized cobblestone blocks known for its architectural distinctiveness. The nine-story 41 Bond Street delight is a striking example of this with its bluestone facade, impressive 11′-high antiqued white oak entrance door and 14′-high lobby with handcrafted bluestone flooring, a bluestone concierge desk and sculpted seating.

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