CNN head Jeff Zucker sells $15.35 million Upper East pad

CNN honcho Jeff Zucker, who introduced he’ll step down at year’s finish, and his ex-wife Caryn have simply bought their place on the Verona, 32 E. sixty fourth St., for $15.35 million, according to city property records.

That’s down from its unique asking value of $17.5 million final year.

The former couple purchased the sprawling, third-floor digs in happier occasions again in 2007 for $12.3 million, in accordance with data.

The purchaser is billionaire dealer/philanthropist Michael Steinhardt and his spouse, Judy.

The Steinhardts are identified for his or her large artwork assortment, which options Jackson Pollock, Picasso, Cézanne, Paul Klee and Jean Dubuffet.

The couple also have a gallery on the Metropolitan Museum of Art named after them within the historic Greek wing.

An inset of Jeff Zucker over a bedroom inside his 64th Street apartment.
CNN’s Jeff Zucker (inset) and his ex spouse bought their Upper East Side pad to rich aesthetes.
J. Countess/Getty Images; MW Studios

In 2018, authorities seized nine art works from their Manhattan dwelling as a result of they had been allegedly looted from Greece and Italy.

He was then later accused of sexual harassment.

Caryn Zucker is reportedly shifting to Palm Beach, the place she purchased $8 million digs, the Real Deal reported.

The Steinhardts’ new condominium within the 10-story prewar co-op comes with 5 bedrooms and 4½ loos.

A non-public elevator touchdown opens to a grand gallery and huge rooms, like a front room with Venetian plaster, an adjoining eating room with silk velvet partitions, a lacquered library and personal office and a big eat-in chef’s kitchen.

They additionally personal houses within the Caribbean, Israel and Westchester, the place there’s a petting zoo put in on their property.

The itemizing brokers for the E. sixty fourth St. condominium had been Warburg Realty’s Lisa Tarnopol Deslauriers and Linda Reiner. 

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