Two apartments at 995 Fifth Ave., a hotel-converted-condop on Manhattan’s Upper East Side, came onto the market Wednesday for $21.5 million and $8.25 million respectively.
The only other unit currently on the market in the building is the penthouse, asking $65 million.
Both units, occupying the whole 11th floor, are currently owned by a hedge fund manager, who bought the larger apartment for $14.42 million in 2008 and the smaller unit for $11.3 million in 2012, property records show.
The larger apartment has almost 6,000 square feet of living space, five bedrooms and five bathrooms. The other unit, a two-bedroom, has another 2,596 square feet, potentially creating a full-floor residence if a buyer purchases both, with views of Central Park and the Metropolitan Museum of Art, according to the listings.
The owner is reportedly offering a discount if the buyer snaps up both apartments. Listing agents at Corcoran declined to comment.
The building was designed by Rosario Candela in 1926 and known as The Stanhope in its hotel days. It was converted into a co-op with condominium rules in 2005 by Extell Development, the developer behind One57 and The Central Park Tower on Billionaires’ Row.
The 37-unit building on Fifth Avenue at 81st Street, offers a 24-hour doorman, a concierge, a fitness center, a breakfast lounge, a library and a billiards room.
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