David Solomon, president and co-chief operating officer of Goldman Sachs, is offloading his sprawling Aspen property for $36 million.
Mr. Solomon, 55, who assumed Gary Cohn’s positions at the Wall Street firm last December after Mr. Cohn became the chief economic adviser to President Donald Trump, bought the 83 acres of land in 2005 for $4 million, according to property records.
He and his wife, Mary, then spent years to build what the listing calls a “classy and comfortable” residence in the snow resort town. Completed in 2009, the 13,000-square-foot home features seven bedrooms, seven full bathrooms and two half bathrooms. The expansive windows take in natural light as well as views of the mountains and valleys of Aspen.
Outdoors, there is a swimming pool, a hot tub and seating areas with firepits, according to the listing with Michael Latousek of Douglas Elliman, first posted last week.
With a price tag of $36 million, the home was the most expensive new listing last week, according to Realtor.com, which is owned by News Corp., the parent company of Mansion Global.
Representative at Goldman Sachs for Mr. Solomon, who is rumored to be a potential successor to chairman and chief executive Lloyd Blankfein, confirmed it’s his listing, but declined to comment on the sale.
Listing agent Mr. Latousek declined to comment.
Last November, the Solomons also sold their palatial Manhattan apartment in the prestigious San Remo co-op for $21.5 million, according to property records. The 12-room apartment with Central Park views asked $24 million in May and went into contract in one month.
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