The estate of Marlene Sanders, one of television’s first female broadcasters, has sold her Upper West Side apartment at 670 West End Avenue for $1.7 million, according to public records.
The 14th floor apartment has two bedrooms and two bathrooms. it’s located in the 16-story coo-building.
Sanders was the first woman to anchor an evening news broadcast for a major network. She was also the first woman to report on the Vietnam War from the field. In 1976, ABC promoted her to vice president and director of documentaries, making her one of the first women to reach upper management in the field. She also won three Emmy Awards for documentaries she produced for CBS. She died last year.
Mara and James Null are the buyers.