Investment banker Marc Mezvinsky, more famously known as hubby to former first kid Chelsea Clinton, has sold their condominium home at the Grand Madison for $4.75 million, according to records filed with the city today in his name.
Curbed, which first spotted the sale, said Mezvinsky paid $4 million for the Grand Madison spread in 2008.
Housing headlines about the couple have not been in short supply this year. Reports in March indicated that the pair shelled out a cool $10.5 million for a nearby apartment inside the Whitman, located at 21 East 26th Street. Yesterday, however, a New York Post report emerged saying that Mezvinsky and Clinton actually bought the four-bedroom, full-floor apartment for (only!) $9.25 million.
The Grand Madison apartment at 225 Fifth Avenue, where the couple had reportedly lived since getting married in 2010, has three-bedrooms, 2.5-baths and views of Madison Square Park. It also has a living and dining space with 10-foot ceilings, electronic shades and a marble en-suite bathroom.
Marcy Grau of Stribling & Associates, who did not immediately return a message seeking confirmation of the sale, had the listing.