CYNTHIA BIONDI, widow of late investment banker Michael Biondi, has dished out $11.239 million for a condo at Macklowe Properties' 737 Park Avenue, according to city records.
The 2,915 s/f unit has three bedrooms and three bathrooms.
According to Streeteasy, it was originally listed for $12.675 million. The apartment boasts a corner living room overlooking Park Avenue.
Macklowe bought the building for $360 million in 2011, and has since converted it into modern luxury residences.
Most recently, South African millionaire Adrian Gore bought a condo at 737 Park Avenue for $11.45 million.
Michael Biondi was a successful investment banker and managing director of Lizard, when he passed away unexpectedly at age 50 in 2007.
The couple had built a 19,500 s/f Georgian-style mansion in Greenwich, CT, which Cynthia sold in December for $25 million, according to the Wall Street Journal.
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|Date:||Jan 15, 2014|
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