50 Central Park South, New York, NY
Financier Howard Marks listed the two-bedroom condo for $50 million in 2012. After five years and one major price chop, it’s finally baited a buyer.
It only took five years and one steep discount for the Central Park-facing apartment, owned by financier Howard Marks, to sell.
Once asking $50 million, the two-bedroom condo atop the Ritz-Carlton on Central Park South is now going for much less.