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A lavish one-bedroom apartment in New York City’s iconic Ritz-Carlton building has hit the market for $39.5 million.The seller is Sidney Kimmel, a billionaire movie producer worth an estimated $1.3 billion, according to Forbes.
His New York City apartment, one of just 11 residences in the Ritz-Carlton across the street from Central Park, is on the market for $39.5 million, listed by Corcoran. Kimmel and his wife bought the apartment in 2001 for $22.3 million, according to Curbed, and commissioned architect Thierry Despont to redesign the space, which includes a 2,000-square-foot master suite, two terraces, two elegant dressing rooms, a full gym, and two onyx and marble bathrooms.
Kimmel made his fortune in retail by founding Jones Group, an apparel company, that went on to sell brands including Stuart Weitzman and Nine West. More recently, he founded SK Global, an entertainment company, through which he was a producer for movies including the 2018 hit film “Crazy Rich Asians” along with “Moneyball” and “The Kite Runner.” Here’s a look inside the opulent home, with its unbeatable views of Central Park.
Dave Matthews was born in Johannesburg, South Africa on this date in 1967. The 52-year-old musician moved around the world in his youth before winding up in Charlottesville, Virginia. In 1991, he formed the Dave Matthews Band and the group went on to become one of the highest-grossing touring acts and have since issued nine studio albums. In celebration of Dave’s birthday, here’s a look at a big night in Dave Matthews Band history.
On September 24, 2003 DMB played Central Park in New York City as part of The AOL Concert For Schools. NYC’s mayor at the time, Mike Bloomberg introduced the group after a performance of the National Anthem by a local high school choir. Dave Matthews Band treated a massive crowd to a show heavy on material from their breakthrough 1994 album Under The Table And Dreaming. The core lineup of Dave, bassist Stefan Lessard, violinist Boyd Tinsley, drummer Carter Beauford and saxophonist LeRoi Moore was joined by their touring keyboardist at the time Butch Taylor.
Dave Matthews Band showed off their improvisational prowess during the main set with lengthy versions of “Crush” and “Two Step.” Old friend Warren Haynes emerged towards the back end of the performance for a cover of Neil Young’s “Cortez The Killer” and DMB original “Jimi Thing.” Next up were beloved favorites “What Would You Say” and “Where Are You Going” before Lessard worked a solo based on “The Star-Spangled Banner” into a full-band rendition of Bob Dylan’s “All Along The Watchtower” to close the set. For the encore, the group went with “Grey Street,” “What You Are” and “Stay (Wasting Time).” A live album and concert film documenting the evening was released a few months later.
At the request of Sotheby’s International Realty, listing photos that appeared in an earlier version of this post have been removed. Just steps from Central Park on the Upper West Side, this two-bedroom co-op at 23 West 73rd Street is located in the Park Royal, a pre-war, red-brick building that has been called “one of the most attractive sidestreet apartment houses” in the coveted neighborhood. On the market for $5,250,000, the penthouse unit is owned by financier Donald Marron, who is also one of the most recognized private art collectors in America and previously served as President of the Museum of Modern Art’s Board of Trustees.
The apartment opens onto an open living/dining area bathed in light from a wall of southern exposure windows. French doors lead out onto a planted, furnished terrace that spans almost the entire length of the unit. The entire place recently underwent a stylish gut renovation, but preserved some of the original prewar architectural details, like the coffered ceilings that feature throughout the apartment. The kitchen has sleek wood cabinetry, marble countertops, and an induction cooktop.
Both of the bedrooms have ensuite bathrooms and ample closet space. The slightly larger master suite has access to the terrace. The airy bathrooms are clad in white marble and there s a separate laundry room. A small den overlooking the terrace rounds out the layout and could be used as an office or even as a third bedroom.
Designed by noted architect George F. Pelham, the 250-unit building was built as a luxury hotel in 1926 and converted to a cooperative in 1985. It boasts a slew of amenities, including a doorman and concierge, a New York Sports Club gym in the building, a children’s playroom, a bicycle room, storage lockers, and laundry facilities.
The final plan will blend features of three preliminary designs all developed through public feedback. The project will include expanding green and plaza space, a multimodal trail, underground parking, public restrooms among other features. The unveiling is at the Lerner Theater next Tuesday. A final vote is planned for next month.