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Well, Her Broker’s Not on Strike

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Count another hit for Broadway producer Daryl Roth. The woman who brought first-rate dramas like Wit and Proof to the New York stage has, along with her real-estate-mogul husband, Steve Roth of Vornado Realty Trust, just sold their ten-room co-op at 800 Park Avenue for $9.5 million. They’d first tried to sell in 2006, when the full-floor apartment was listed for $9 million (they paid an undisclosed sum when they bought it some years earlier), and re-listed it for $9.25 million this past spring. Corcoran brokers Carol Cohen and Deborah Grubman represented the Roths, who are now living a few blocks away.

Lost in the hullabaloo over former Citigroup chair Sanford Weill’s purchase of a $42 million penthouse at 15 Central Park West is a humbler acquisition on the condo’s sixth floor: a one-bedroom for $950,000. For one of his kids? Or a household staffer? Our money’s on the latter.


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