Filed under: Estates
What a difference nearly a year can make when a home lingers on the market. The ample New York City duplex of shopping center mogul Murray Goodman first hit the market nearly a year ago for an astronomical $32.5 million. The pricey co-op at 960 Fifth Avenue has been sliding down ever since and recently, as Cityfile reports, had another price reduction down to $25.6 million. But don't feel too sorry for Mr. Goodman. He'll make money no matter what, he bought the home for just $1.41 million back in 1981.
The duplex is in a lovely Rosario Candela designed building. It has four wood-burning fireplaces and the leafy expanse of Central Park can be seen from eight large windows. Rooms include an oak-paneled library, traditional dining room, and an upstairs master suite that includes dressing closets and a private study.
Gallery: 960 Fifth Avenue