Cowboys heiress picks up Beresford pad for $4.6M

From left: Dallas Cowboys logo and 211 Central Park West

Coke Anne Murchison Wilcox, whose father founded the Dallas Cowboys NFL team and Manhattan’s Cowboy restaurant, has joined a bevy of diplomats, athletes and movie stars who own at the Beresford co-ops at 211 Central Park West.

Wilcox and her husband paid $4.6 million for the five-room pad, which could have been adjoined to the unit next door, which was on the market at the same time. That property ultimately went to another buyer, however, who plunked down $5.9 million for the unit.

Wilcox’s father also owns the Tony Roma restaurant chain, which boasts more than 150 locations across the globe.

Goodyear Tire heiress Dorothy Seiberling Steinberg lived in the building until earlier this month, when she sold her apartment for $3.8 million[NYO]Julie Strickland

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