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Saudi prince’s Trump Place pad with three panic rooms finds a buyer

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The new owner’s triplex also comes with a saltwater aquarium and a sushi prep station

Engel & Völkers New York Real Estate.

They say good things come to those who wait, and in this case, we’re inclined to agreed. The six-apartment triplex owned by Prince Nawaf bin Sultan bin Abdulaziz Al-Saud within Heritage at Trump Place has finally managed to find a buyer.

According to The Real Deal, the 10,500-square-foot, once asking a whopping $75 million when it made its market debut in 2012, has managed to find a buyer for less than half of that original price. After a market hiatus, the apartment had returned to the market with a $48.5 million price tag in 2015 but even that didn’t help attract a buyer. It has now sold to an anonymous LLC for $36 million. Per TRD, the $36 million sales price is the combined amount from three separate unit sales.

In any event, the new owner has more than any one person would ever need from a New York City apartment. There is a six-person hot tub, a saltwater aquarium, several kitchens (one with an extra sushi prep station), a ventilated cigar room, hair salon, fitness center, and three bullet-proof safe rooms.