Boaz Weinstein Bought One Of Heiress Huguette Clark's Three Massive Upper East Side Apartments

Boaz Weinstein

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Legendary hedge fund manager Boaz Weinstein bought one of the three Upper East Side apartments owned by the late reclusive copper heiress Huguette Clark, MSNBC.com’s Bill Dedman reports.  Weinstein — the founder of Saba Capital and former co-head of credit trading at Deutsche Bank — made an offer for Clark’s apartment on the top floor (the 12th) at 907 Fifth Avenue overlooking Central Park.  The unit’s asking price was $24 million

According to the report, Weinstein has signed a contract and is currently awaiting his interview with the co-op board.  

Meanwhile, the Qatari prime minister’s $31.5 million bid for the other two apartments was rejected and he wasn’t even granted an interview with the co-op’s board, the report said.  

Clark, who passed away at the age of 104 last summer, had not lived in the apartments for more than two decades. 

Check out the floor plan below from Brown Harris Stevens:  

huguette clark floorplan

Photo: Brown Harris Stevens

 

 

 

 

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