The sleek, 82-story condominium, designed by French architect Jean Nouvel, has a host of amenities, including some of the world's greatest works of art next door and in galleries at the foot of the building, courtesy of MoMA.
Dr. Mihaljevicpaid $ 6 million with Anna Weaving for an apartment on the 56th floor of the blue glass apartment at 157 West 57th Street, once the city's most expensive residential complex. However, the closing price was $ 4 million below what the seller, identified only as CM157 LLC, bought for brand new products in 2014.
The 2,009 square foot condo has two bedrooms, two and a half baths and views of the Hudson River.
Dr. Mihaljevic, whose primary residence is in Cleveland, took over the management and president of the Cleveland Clinic in 2019.
The largest town house sale was the converted fire station at 78 Morton Street. It sold for $ 19.9 million – down from $ 21.8 million a year ago.
The red brick house, a short walk from Pier 45 in Hudson River Park, is 25 feet wide and four stories high. The interior space is 7,281 square feet, with three bedrooms, four full baths, and two powder rooms, as listed with Leslie J. Garfield. There's plenty of outdoor space too, including two 25 by 40 foot decks, one behind a spacious eat-in kitchen and one next to a bedroom on the top floor. The house also has a fitness room with a sauna, an entertainment room and a garage for four cars.
The building was constructed in 1864 and served the Howard Engine Company No. 34, a volunteer fire department known as the Red Rover according to the Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation. It eventually became part of the New York Fire Department, but was shut down in 1975 during the city's financial crisis.