Now that Alex Rodriguez is officially a Yankee again, he’s back in the Manhattan real-estate bull pen. Late in the afternoon of New Year’s Eve, he toured a 3,500-square-foot maisonette at the San Remo on Central Park West. The five-bedroom, three-bath unit is listed for $6.795 million (with Barak Realty’s Jeffrey Tanenbaum), a relatively reasonable price for a top-shelf co-op. Since it’s partly used as a psychiatrist’s office right now, it needs work. Rodriguez, who finalized his new $275 million Yankee contract last month, already owns a three-bedroom at Trump Park Avenue and reportedly eyed a $39 million townhouse on East 80th Street last fall. The third-baseman’s real-estate interests extend to the cheap seats, too: The Times reported that he owns more than a dozen apartment complexes nationwide, many in poor states of repair. A-Rod’s broker, Adam Modlin, had no comment.
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