It’s a big week in real estate headlines for the Bronfman family. Just days after the home of the late Seagram chairman and philanthropist Edgar Bronfman entered a potential record-breaking contract for a city co-op sale (Walmart heiress Alice Walton is rumored to be the buyer), the $8.8 million sale of his daughter Sara’s Trump International spread today hit public records.
Located at 1 Central Park West, this 33rd-floor, 2,165-square-foot condominium has views of Central Park, Columbus Circle and the Hudson River, according to the listing. There are three bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms. The master suite comes with an en-suite marble bathroom and two custom-fitted walk-in closets.
The buyer, listed under an LLC, could not immediately be identified.
Sara, who co-founded a non-profit organization with her sister called the Ethical Humanitarian Foundation, most recently listed the home for $10.75 million last April, as The Real Deal previously reported. The spread underwent a price cut to $9.75 million last June.
She bought the home for $6.46 million in 2006, according to city records. She previously tried selling the home with the Corcoran Group in 2009 for $7.5 million, according to StreetEasy. The spread was then delisted after four months.
The sale entered contract this past December and transferred late last month.
Kyle Blackmon of Brown Harris Stevens had this most recent listing. A brokerage spokesperson declined to comment on the sale. — Zachary Kussin