Walt Disney Co. Chief Executive Bob Iger has sold his modern Upper East Side, Manhattan, co-op for $18.75 million.
At a time when pricey Upper East Side co-ops are getting major price cuts, Mr. Iger sold the five-bedroom, full-floor apartment in Carnegie Hill for just a hair below the original asking price of $19 million and in only two-and-a half months, according to records on StreetEasy.
The Disney head and his wife, TV journalist Willow Bay, sold the home to Thomas Lister, co-managing partner at international investment firm Permira, and his wife, Amanda, according to records filed with the city on Monday. The Real Deal first reported the sale.
The home spans the seventh floor of a 1920s Italian Renaissance-style building where Bette Midler, “Veep” star Julia Louis-Dreyfus and actor Robert Redford also own full-floor apartments, according to property records.
Mr. Iger, 66, employed AD 100 designer Victoria Hagan—who’s also worked on the homes of Joe Biden and Conan O’Brien—to create a clean, contemporary space. The home has hardwood herringbone floors, a cozy wood-paneled study and a number of wood-burning fireplaces, including one in the master bedroom.
The home is configured with four bedrooms, including a bonus room off of the master bedroom that could be used as a gym or sitting room, according to the listing with Stribling & Associates agents Alexa Lambert, Marc Achilles and Julie Soffen. The listing agents declined to comment for this story.
Requests for comment sent to Disney’s press office, Ms. Bay and buyer, Mr. Lister, were not immediately returned.
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