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.
It's part of the Bloomberg Tower complex, which means that restaurants like Le Cirque are just steps from the base of the building.
The kitchen has stainless-steel appliances and contemporary fittings.
This is not a bad spot to have your breakfast.
At night, the Empire State Building's lights are visible from the breakfast table.
Central Park views are everywhere in the apartment thanks to its upper-floor location.
Here's another stellar view from a different nook.
This bedroom — one of five — is minimalist and open.
Even the bathrooms take advantage of the views.
And the open-plan dining room is also treated to city lights.
The kitchen is sleek and spotless.
This is the fourth time the apartment has been on the market in the last three years.