LLNYC's look at listings:
A townhouse at 3 East 94th Street owned by the late president of American Express has just been listed with a brand new broker.
Edward Gilligan was president of American Express from 2013 until his untimely death in May 2015. He died at the age of 55 while aboard a corporate jet flying from Tokyo to New York. According to his New York Times obituary, he started working at American Express as an intern and stayed at the company for 35 years.
The house was first listed in November last year with Lois Nasser of Sotheby's International Realty. Then with an additional broker, Kevin Sneddon of Private Client Realty.
But now the sale of the $29.5 million manse is being handled by Douglas Elliman's Sabrina Saltiel.
Gilligan bought the townhouse in 2010 for $18.5 million from developer Aby Rosen, who had bought it in 2005 for $8.8 million from former Hearst Magazines president D. Claeys Bahrenburg. Rosen added some rather interesting additions to the home, including a pool in the basement, which no longer seems to be there.
City records show it was designated a landmark in 1974.
|Price Per ft²||$2,994|