Friday, August 12 2022

Pavilion A of Woolworth Tower Residences (Travis Mark)

A condo that served as the backdrop for the final season of HBO’s “Succession” has found a buyer, selling for $19.5 million.

Pavilion A of the Woolworth Tower Residences has been billed as Kendall Roy’s war room for a frantic series of meetings as part of a plan to take over his father’s media empire. The buyer was not disclosed in public filings filed on Tuesday.

Jeremy Strong as Roy locks himself in the house, which has been chosen as Roy’s ex-wife’s apartment, to line up his siblings, lawyers, lawyers, and new girlfriend.

The unit has five bedrooms, four bathrooms and two half bathrooms on 6,700 square feet, in addition to 2,770 outdoor square feet and a duplex terrace.

The unit originally requested more than $23 million.

In March 2021, another unit – Pavilion B – sold for $13.5 million – a 40% discount from its original asking price of $22.6 million. Health data entrepreneur Rudra Pandey has snapped up the sprawling condominium at a bargain price.

The numbers game in the 32-unit project occupying the top 30 floors of the Woolworth Building dates back to 2019, when developer Alchemy Properties cut prices by almost 10%.

“We realize the market has gone down a bit, and we’re being realistic,” Ken Horn, founder and chairman of Alchemy, told The Wall Street Journal at the time.

The Woolworth Tower Residences are 32 loft-style condominiums that encompass floors 29-58 of the famous Woolworth Building, originally designed by Cass Gilbert in 1913 at the request of retail magnate FW Woolworth.

The residences feature finishes designed by Thierry Despont, known for his work on the restoration of the Statue of Liberty and the makeover of the Ritz Paris Hotel and the Carlyle Hotel.


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