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Chelsea Clinton’s husband sells Grand Madison home

By Zachary Kussin

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.

From left: 225 Fifth Avenue, Chelsea Clinton and Marc Mezvinsky

From left: 225 Fifth Avenue, Chelsea Clinton and Marc Mezvinsky

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.