The Co-Chair Of Goldman Sachs' Investment Bank Division Sold His Park Avenue Condo For $US17.5 Million

The Co-Chairman of Goldman Sachs’ Investment Banking Division, Gordon Dyal, and his wife Jillian have sold their Park Avenue apartment for $US17.45 million after over two years on the market, Curbed reported.

Dyal’s apartment originally went up for sale in April 2012 for $US23.5 million. Several price cuts brought it down to $US17.85 million before it finally sold.

The property is a 4-bed, 4.5 bath condominium on the 6th floor of 521 Park Ave. A total of 4,500 square feet, Dyal’s apartment has game room, a gym, and a 35-foot long gallery upon entering. It was completely renovated in 2010.

Guests enter through a private elevator into a 35-foot long gallery with limestone-paneled walls.

The apartment is filled with wildlife decor.

The living room holds zebra-print furniture, animal statues, and a large portrait of flying birds.

There's also a ram's head hanging above the fireplace in the gameroom.

The dining room sits across the gallery from the living room.

The kitchen has a wood-burning fireplace, and a Sub-Zero refrigerator, freezer, and wine cooler.

On the other side of the condo, there are three bedrooms and a gym/dressing room.

Each bedroom has its own marble bathroom.

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