Julia Koch is a mystery buyer Pair of East Side Co-ops It sold for $101 million last month, a source told Page Six EXCLUSIVELY.
These assets were sold by the estate of late Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen.
The apartment at 4 E. 66th St. has a penthouse and a full floor unit below. Allen reportedly acquired the penthouse for just $25 million in 2011 after she had owned the apartment below it since 1996, when she paid $13.5 million.
Koch, 60, could not be reached for comment.
net worth $70 billion according to Bloombergrecently there has been a bit of progress in buying real estate.
In late June, Page Six exclusively announced that David Koch’s widow Acquired a historic Hamptons estate Close to her own Southampton estate, it fell below the asking price of $75 million.
Insiders said Koch plans to restore the historic property, but any ideas are in the early stages.
Koch also owns an $18 million mansion along a street known as ‘Billionaire Lane’ in Southampton whose residents include Calvin Klein, Leon Black, Abby Rosen, Ian Schrager and Jay Sugarman. is included.
Sources told Page Six that Koch recently hosted a costume party in the Hamptons and had buzz among guests who were buying East 66th Street pads from Allen’s estate. , also home to Veronica Hearst and Bernard Balluch, whose address is also known as 845 Fifth Ave.
The New York Times reported that the sale of a $101 million property was the largest ever in 2022 (“confirmed in late 2021 but didn’t record until mid-January,” 188 million). (excluding the $220,000 Central Park South duplex). ).
But the personal purchase was made through an LLC, so the buyer remained anonymous — until our scoop.
We previously reported that Koch let star designer Peter Marino do her work $40 million Upper East Side townhouse I bought it with my late husband David in 2018.
Koch married David in 1996 at his Southampton mansion. The co-owner of Koch Industries has been active in conservative politics and philanthropy, including donating his $100 million to Lincoln Center in 2008 and tens of millions to the Smithsonian Institution, the American Museum of Natural History, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and more. He was also known as a strong donor.
He and his brother Charles endorsed the conservative group Americans for Prosperity and raised hundreds of millions of dollars to endorse Republican polls at every level.
The couple and their three children were also known to be among the most famous residents of the 18-room duplex, 740 Park Avenue, the city’s most coveted address.According to tome “740 Park: The Story of the World’s Richest Mansion” David purchased napkins from the Japanese government, which used them as residences for UN representatives.
Reportedly Julia put the apartment on the market She spent more time at her family’s Southampton and Palm Beach, Fla., residences, making about $60 million this year. It looks like you’re aiming