Got an Email from Ragin' this week to alert to a tasty little tidbit. Without further ado....from the World's Most Dangerous Newspaper...The New York Post.
The co-owner of the New York Giants has scored a new record - he paid the highest price ever for a co-op in , a $48 million apartment on the .
Loews Hotels, won a bidding war for the 14-room residence at 2 East 67th St., who also is chairman of
"Trophy properties like [Tisch's] are continuing to be scooped up as if they were studios," said broker Dolly Lenz.
The huge price for the co-op beats the previous record by $2 million.
But while it's a record for a co-op, a condo in The Plaza hotel recently sold for $60 million.
So the guys who owns the Giants and is crying poverty because his shiny new stadium costs so dang much goes out and breaks a record for a Manhattan co-op. Interesting. I wonder if the co-op had a personal license requiring Tisch to spend a ton of money for the right to buy his co-op. That would be sweet.