New year, new price tag. On Tuesday, movie producer Robert “Bob” Weinstein chopped $3 million off the asking price of his apartment in the Beresford, a tony, Central Park-adjacent co-op building on Manhattan’s Upper West Side.
The duplex is now asking $26.5 million, listing records show, down from the $29.5 million it had been asking since it hit the market in September.
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Mr. Weinstein, 63, the head of The Weinstein Co., bought the 7,000-square-foot apartment for $20 million in 2004, property records show.
The 14-room duplex on the 16th and 17th floors has five bedrooms, six-and-a-half bathrooms, a staff room, wood-burning fireplaces and views of the park, according to the listing with Corcoran brokers Deborah Grubman, David M. Adler and Paul Albano, who declined to comment.
Mr. Weinstein, whose company did not immediately respond to request for comment, parted with his Upper West Side townhouse for $15 million in December, according to property records. He broke even on the transaction, having bought the West 70th Street home for $15 million in 2009, records show.
He is also the founder and head of Dimension Films and former co-chairman of Miramax Films, all of which he co-founded with his brother Harvey Weinstein, who was forced out of the company in October amid dozens of allegations of sexual harassment and assault.
Beckie Strum contributed to this story.
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