Billionaire hedge-fund manager Steve Cohen is buying the New York Mets. Take a look inside the NYC condo that he recently sold for $30 million.

Steve Cohen runs investment firm Point72 Asset Management.

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Steve Cohen runs investment firm Point72 Asset Management.
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Billionaire hedge-fund manager Steve Cohen is buying the New York Mets baseball team in a deal that will take five years to complete, CNN reported.

In May, Cohen offloaded his New York City luxury condo for $30 million.

The condo, which is in the Abingdon, a luxe condominium building in the West Village, was nicknamed the “Abingdon Mansion.” It sold after just 32 days on the market, according to Christie’s International Real Estate, which represented the sale.

Cohen, who’s worth an estimated $13.6 billion, runs investment firm Point72 Asset Management. He bought the home for $23.4 million in 2013.

The sale was represented by Erin Boisson Aries from Christie’s International Real Estate.

Here’s a look at the three-story luxury condo.


Billionaire hedge funder Steve Cohen, who’s buying the New York Mets major league baseball team, sold his three-story New York City condo for $30 million in May 2019.

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Christie’s International Real Estate

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Cohen’s former condo is in The Abingdon, a luxe condominium building on West 12th Street in Manhattan’s West Village neighborhood. The building was designed by acclaimed architect Ralph S. Townsend, constructed in 1906, and later turned into a boutique condominium residence in 2013.

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Christie’s International Real Estate

Source: Christie’s International Real Estate


Cohen’s lavish triplex apartment was marketed as a “mansion condominium” and is often nicknamed the “Abingdon Mansion” in the media.

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Christie’s International Real Estate

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It was designed to showcase art on its large, gallery-like walls.

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Christie’s International Real Estate

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“The gallery walls throughout the residence are appointed with integrated museum-quality lighting for the display of a sizeable collection,” Erin Boisson Aries of Christie’s International Real Estate, who represented the sale, wrote in the listing.

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Christie’s International Real Estate

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A white Carrara marble staircase with wrought-iron railings spirals up from the main level to the second floor.

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Christie’s International Real Estate

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The home’s great room has ceilings that are more than 12 feet tall.

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Christie’s International Real Estate

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Oversized picture windows can be found throughout the condo.

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Christie’s International Real Estate

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The spacious formal dining room can accommodate one long dining table or multiple smaller tables.

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Christie’s International Real Estate

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The dramatic black-and-white chef’s kitchen includes a separate butler’s pantry.

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Christie’s International Real Estate

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The first floor includes a library.

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Christie’s International Real Estate

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The condo’s corner master bedroom suite spans more than 1,200 square feet.

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Christie’s International Real Estate

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The master bathroom is outfitted almost entirely in white marble.

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Christie’s International Real Estate

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The suite also comes with massive his-and-hers dressing rooms.

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Christie’s International Real Estate

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On the lower level of the condo is a large private gym, as well as an en suite guest room, a recreation room, and a laundry room.

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Christie’s International Real Estate

Source: Christie’s International Real Estate


Cohen’s condo sold after just 32 days on the market, making it one of the quickest resales in New York City for apartments over $6 million in 2019, according to Christie’s. The original asking price was $33.5 million.

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Christie’s International Real Estate

Source: Christie’s International Real Estate