Producer behind new “Rocky Horror Picture Show” movie snaps up CPW spread

115 Central Park West #11G

Film executive and Jackal Group CEO Gail Berman, the producer behind the latest incarnation of the “Rocky Horror Picture Show,” and her screenwriter husband Bill Masters have just scooped up a co-op unit at 115 Central Park West for $4.6 million, city records show.

According to the listing, the 11th floor apartment has three bedrooms, four bathrooms, and a staff room. Plus there’s a spacious foyer, a north-facing living room, a formal dining room, an eat-in kitchen, a “private wing” which holds the bedrooms, and three exposures. But alas, only “oblique park views.”


Meanwhile, the building itself comes with a fitness center, a courtyard garden, a rooftop solarium and terrace, a bike room and private storage.

The apartment was last listed for $5 million, and — from the look of the listing photos that haven’t been virtually staged — is currently empty.

Before the Jackal Group, Berman served as the president of Paramount Pictures, and prior to that, as the president of entertainment for Fox Broadcasting Company. She’s reportedly the first and only female executive to have held the top posts at both a major film studio and television network.

John Burger and Lauren Elizabeth Bankart of Brown Harris Stevens had the listing.