Steve Cohen’s giant New York City penthouse is back on the market for a fourth time, but now it costs $72 million

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Steve Cohen’s penthouse in the Bloomberg complex boasts panoramic city views.
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Once again, billionaire hedge funder Steven A. Cohen is seeking a buyer for his Manhattan duplex penthouse.

The mansion in the sky is now up for grabs for $72 million down $7 million from its listing price last summer. He first put it on the market in 2013, when it was offered for $115 million. He later listed it for $98 million, and then again for $79 million.

Cohen, who runs Point72 Asset Management – formerly SAC Capital – picked up the apartment for $24 million in 2005. He hired the late architect Charles Gwathmey to redesign the 9,000-square-foot space, which has five bedrooms and six baths. Located at One Beacon Court – part of the Bloomberg Tower complex – it’s in a prime location on the southeast corner of Central Park.

It’s now listed with Richard Steinberg and Matthew Slosar of Douglas Elliman.


The modern, two-story penthouse is filled with light.

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It’s part of the Bloomberg Tower complex, which means that restaurants like Le Cirque are just steps from the base of the building.

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The kitchen has stainless-steel appliances and contemporary fittings.

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This is not a bad spot to have your breakfast.

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At night, the Empire State Building’s lights are visible from the breakfast table.

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Central Park views are everywhere in the apartment thanks to its upper-floor location.

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Here’s another stellar view from a different nook.

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This bedroom — one of five — is minimalist and open.

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Even the bathrooms take advantage of the views.

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And the open-plan dining room is also treated to city lights.

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The kitchen is sleek and spotless.

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This is the fourth time the apartment has been on the market in the last three years.

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