The current president of CNN, Jeff Zucker and his wife of 21 years, Caryn Nathanson have worthy real estate news. Their 5-bedroom, contemporary, pre-war, Verona, co-op apartment is listed for $17.5 million dollars, along with an $11,000 monthly maintenance fee. This extravagant wonder is move-in ready for the right buyer.
The recent separation of Jeff Zucker and his wife Caryn Nathanson has a real estate silver lining. They have made a decision to sell their pre-war, Verona Manhattan apartment for $17.5 million. This cooperative apartment takes in all the light of the Big Apple and beams it throughout. Jeff Zucker was the former president of NBC and has turned his intelligence and zeal for television onto CNN. The real estate world happily welcomes this fortunate listing.
The listing agents are Linda Reiner and Lisa Tarnopol Deslauriers of Warburg Realty, New York City.
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A Stone’s Throw To Central Park
This prime real estate has long been sought after. The Verona is a pre-war, cooperative apartment on E. 64th St. It is very close to the Central Park Zoo and the finest shopping Manhattan has to offer. In total, this listing is an 11-room apartment with five bedrooms and 4 & 1/2 bathrooms. It is in the Lenox Hill section of Manhattan.
White-Glove Service In An Ever-Changing Market
Like the news thread along the bottom of CNN, real estate comes and goes in New York like the seconds on a clock. Most likely this cooperative apartment will not be on the market for very long. The $11,000 per month co-operative fee includes the building amenities of a lobby attendant, an around-the-clock superintendent, as well as a doorman. The apartment has a private elevator that leads you into the most decadent grand entrance and gallery this side of heaven.
Jeff Zucker skyrocketed to celebrity status when he became one of the youngest presidents at NBC Universal. He is a Harvard-alum who has enjoyed great success in television culminating in his present employ as president of CNN. This is only a stop for this Generation X wunderkind, who knows where he will land next.
A Home In The City That Never Sleeps
The family of four purchased the home in 2007 for $12.3 million. Making a home in New York City is not for everyone. However, if you’re going to do it – this is the place to make it happen. Your backyard is the illustrious Central Park. What a backyard it is complete with a zoo, an ice-skating rink, and trails for biking and jogging. This 843-acre park right in the very center of Manhattan makes all the hustle and bustle stop, as you take in the natural wonder of the space. Your neighborhood, New York is the very center of culture.
A Few Of My Favorite Things
My very favorite part of this listing is the 38-foot-long formal living room! This place is so inviting with its cozy fireplace and tons of natural light. Adjacent to this room is the 38-foot-long formal dining room. It also has its own fireplace. Imagine the holidays in this elegant space! Though all the rooms have been fully renovated, the grandness of the space beckons to its 1910 inception. This building only accommodates 26 units in all and is a remnant of a time long past.
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