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Morgan Stanley’s Guy Metcalfe Pays $6.125M for 90 Riverside Co-op

Guy Metcalfe, the co-head of Morgan Stanley’s real estate investment banking group, appears to be quite the flipper. He and wife Lisa Metcalfe just can’t stay put in one apartment for too long.


According to New York City records, the Metcalfes just paid $6.125 million — $130,000 over the $5.995 million asking price — for a 3,100 sq. ft. co-op apartment at 90 Riverside Drive on the Upper West Side.

The seller was Abby Rothschild

Last May, the couple sold their 3,822 sq. ft. 15 Central Park West Condo for $11 million, less than a year after buying it for $9.35 million.

They moved into 15 CPW after selling their Park Royale co-op apartment at 23 West 73rd Street for $3.9 million in April 2008,

Corcoran Senior Vice President Maria Manuche had the exclusive, selling the co-op above ask in just three weeks.

The apartment has 8 rooms, 4 bedrooms and 3½ baths, and 3,100 sq. ft. of generous living space. The panoramic picture windows offer incredible views of the Hudson and Riverside Park. The apartment has an HVAC system and a washer and dryer.

Monthly maintenance in this pet friendly pre-war doorman co-op is $4,352. The co-op board requires at least 25% cash downpayment, allowing financing of up to 75%.

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2 comments

1 Paul Pascoe { 02.23.10 at 5:50 pm }

Nice shack! Needs a paint job though. Phone me and I’ll give you a quote.

2 Steveo199 { 02.02.11 at 6:45 pm }

guess this guy lost his shirt in the market meltdown and had to downsize from 15 cpw. probably lost it all with leveraged bets on the housing market since he’s in real estate. only 3100 sq feet kind of small if you’re head of real estate at Morgan stanley

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