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Bill Ackman buys Second Beresford unit for $13.5 Million

Pershing Square manager Bill Ackman bought the unit from Stephen and Laurie Vogel, who in 2013 paid $6.6 million but was asking $18.95 in March 2016

Central Park West (The Beresford) by David Shankbone (Wikipedia) - Bill Ackman

Pershing Square founder Bill Ackman, purchased the second apartment at the iconic Beresford building at 211 Central Park West, for $13.5 million or $4,632 per square foot, according to The Real Deal, citing property records filed with the city Friday.

Stephen and Laurie Vogel, who bought the unit for $6.6 million in 2013, put it on the market in March 2016, asking $18.95 million, according to The Real Deal.

The 2,914-square-foot three-bedroom apartment on a lower floor of the same building where Ackman and his estranged wife Karen Ann Herskovitz have lived since 2006.  The couple paid $26 million for three-bedroom duplex, a price record for the building at the time.

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Pershing Square ‘s manager Bill Ackman residential portfolio includes

  • An apartment he bought together with partners in 2014 at One57 for $91.5 million
  • A  penthouse he bought in 2015 at 420 West Broadway for $17 million





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