Disney CEO Bob Iger listed his seventh-floor spread at 1125 Fifth Avenue, a grand co-op that overlooks Central Park, back in July, and by October, the four-bedroom home had found a buyer. The sale closed this week, per city records, and Iger got pretty close to his asking price: the place had listed for $19 million, and sold for $18.75 million. Stribling had the listing.
The apartment is classic Upper East Side: In addition to those four bedrooms (one of which is a master suite with walk-in closet and adjacent sitting room), there’s a wood-paneled library, an expansive living room with a wood-burning fireplace, and a wall of windows that looks out onto the Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis reservoir. It’s accessed via its own private elevator landing, of course.
Iger isn’t the only boldface name to have called the building home: Julia Louis-Dreyfus’s stepmother, Phyllis, lived there for a bit before selling her ninth-floor apartment last year. (h/t The Real Deal]