Here is the floor plan for apartment 12W at 907 Fifth Avenue, in all of its glory (click to enlarge):
It seems to be broken up into a lot of small rooms — a problem we’ve seen before with some prewar pads. But it has tons of space and generous frontage on Central Park. As noted by a broker in the New York Observer, “While one needs to envision the apartment brought up to date for today’s lifestyle, the bones are here for a unique and fabulous residence.”
Congratulations to the Weinsteins on their amazing new home. After the requisite renovations, it will surely be a palatial pad, fit for the Wall Street and legal world royalty that they are. Mazel tov!
P.S. As it turns out, my shrink has his office in 907 Fifth Avenue. Tali, if you’d be willing to give me an off-the-record tour of your new digs once you’re settled in — I can come up before or after one of my appointments — please drop me a line. Toodles!
UPDATE (7/18/2012): Shortly after this post was published, one reader contacted us to say that the sale was not yet official (and might still fall through). Thankfully for the Weinsteins (and the Clark estate), it looks like the transaction did in fact proceed as planned, according to city property records cited by the New York Observer.
Huguette Clark’s Dollhouse Sells to Hedge Funder for $25.5M [Curbed]
Welcome to the Dollhouse: One of Huguette Clark’s Apts. Sold [Curbed]
Saba Chief Buys Clark Penthouse On Central Park [FINalternatives]
Boaz Weinstein, who profited after JPMorgan’s $2 billion trading loss, buying Huguette Clark’s apartment for $25 million [New York Post]
The Hunch, the Pounce and the Kill [New York Times]
Unraveling Some Mystery Surrounding the Homes of a Reclusive Heiress [New York Times]
Buyer Strikes Copper Vein: Huguette Clark’s 907 Fifth Penthouse In Contract [New York Observer]
Co-op board rejects buyer of heiress Huguette Clark’s co-ops [The Real Deal]