Own a Piece of the Weinstein Empire for the Low Price of $29.75 Million
Like the company that bears his and his brother's name, Bob Weinstein is downsizing. His 14-bedroom co-op duplex on Central Park West has gone on the market for the modest price of $29.75 million, a recession-era steal for those with a taste for New York film history and/or a new gig at Movieline's parent company MMC. But I know what you're thinking: Besides the privilege of Bob living nearby in his new $15 million townhouse just around the corner, what else do you get for your money?
According to the Wall Street Journal, the apartment at the posh Beresford building comes with six bedrooms, seven bathrooms, two terraces, three fireplaces and views of both Central Park and the Museum of Natural History. You'll also have a nice powder room (where Harvey Weinstein is rumored to have locked Stephen Daldry during post-production on The Reader) and, naturally, a library -- shelved Dimension films not included, apparently, though he might toss The Road in if you offer close enough to full-price.
Check out the listing here, and happy bidding!