Billionaire Howard Marks of Oaktree Capital Management has put his lavish two-bedroom Ritz Carlton apartment on the market, Curbed reported yesterday. Two bedrooms. Sounds cheap, right?
Hardly. The apartment, whose Sotheby’s listing boats “magical views of Central Park and the city skyline” is anything but, retailing for a cool $50 million.
It’s sure convenient that the hedge fund titan purchased what was New York’s most expensive co-op just two months earlier.