Long live the Queen, or at least her estate.
Britain’s longest-reigning monarch, Queen Elizabeth, died at Balmoral Castle in Scotland on September 8 at the age of 96.
But the Queen left behind a real estate portfolio worthy of American royalty across the pond. Dozens of luxurious mansions dot Manhattan’s most affluent neighborhoods.
genuine article Twenty-four such properties were found in city records. Each property was owned by an entity with a variation of “Her Majesty” in the title. Most were purchased in his late 1980’s to his early 1990’s.
It is not clear what all of these facilities are used for, but many are likely residences for diplomats from various Commonwealth countries. For example, the three-bedroom spread at Zeckendorf Development’s 50 United Nations Plaza ‘Queen’ bought for $7.9 million In 2015, in fact New Zealand Mission Head to the United Nations.
The Upper West Side purchased three units at 107-113 West 89th Street in 1989 and 1990 in the name of Her Majesty The Queen. Next to 103 West 89th Street, Certificate from 1998 It cites “Her Majesty” as the purchaser of the condo. Elsewhere on her West Side, Crown records show she owns a unit in her Lincoln Park at 211 West 71st Street.
Throughout Central Park, similarly named owners are associated with five units in Evans Towers at 171 East 84th Street, four in Le Chambord at 350 East 72nd Street, and two in Wakefield at 525 East 80th Street. increase.
Several properties owned by Crown are located in Midtown near the United Nations. This includes a unit at Dag Hammarskjold Tower at 240 East 47th Street, three apartments at International Plaza at 303 East 43rd Street, two apartments at 309-321 East 49th Street, and one unit. Located at Horizon at 415 East 37th Street.
Beyond New York, the royal family rules a lot $2 billion worth of real estatethe Wall Street Journal analysis includes country mansions, townhouses, city apartments and, of course, castles.