Hotelier Ian Reisner lists Central Park South home for $9M

Hotelier Ian Reisner lists Central Park South home for $9M




Hotelier Ian Reisner — who launched the now-shuttered Out Hotel — has put his prewar penthouse duplex at 230 Central Park South out there in the marketplace for $8.99 million.

The 14th- and 15th-floor unit is a combo of 4 separate flats Reisner bought over 12 years.

The 3,900-square-foot home at Southmoor House comes with a hefty $7,640 repairs value.

It is presently being renovated and is being supplied accomplished, or raw, with pre-approved plans by construction company CRD Associates.

The residence choices three bedrooms, three bogs, two powder rooms, and a personal 300-square-foot terrace overlooking Central Park.

Details embrace herringbone hardwood flooring, beamed ceilings, custom-made lighting, gas fireplaces, a library, and a marble spiral staircase.

Shows and films along with “Billions,” “Madoff,” “Dreamgirls” and “Vinyl” have filmed inside this Central Park South building.

The developing could be the place former US citizen Denise Rich — ex-wife of the late tax fugitive Marc Rich, pardoned by President Bill Clinton his remaining day within the office — bought a $12 million unit in 2014 by the use of an LLC. (She denied the acquisition on the time, and talked about it was bought by her investor boyfriend, Peter Cervinka.)

The itemizing brokers are Chase Landow and Jonathan Perrelli of Serhant, and Pamela O’Connor of Sotheby’s International Realty.




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