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A Strong Ending in 2021 for Manhattan’s Luxury Market

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The TriBeCa duplex bought by the Kirchers for $20 million is at 408 Greenwich Street, a nine-story mixed-use building between Hubert and Laight Streets, near the Hudson River Greenway. The sellers were William F. Paulsen, a real estate investor, and his wife, Laura Taft Paulsen, a board member of the Museum of Arts and Design in Manhattan.

The four-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bathroom apartment encompasses 4,222 square feet and includes a spacious kitchen with a scullery, or prep kitchen, a laundry room and a great room with a gas fireplace and areas for dining and lounging. On the top floor is a media room that opens to a 1,500-square-foot wraparound rooftop terrace, offering views of the Hudson.

Mr. Kircher is the president and chief executive of Boyne Resorts, a Michigan-based company that operates ski and golf resorts and was co-founded by his father, Everett Kircher, in 1947.

And in the final few days of 2021 closings, the sale of Gloria Vanderbilt’s longtime home, a two-bedroom apartment at 30 Beekman Place, was recorded. The purchase price was $2.5 million, more than double the asking price from last August.

Ms. Vanderbilt died in 2019, at 95. The unit, between East 50th and 51st Streets, was sold by her son, the CNN anchor Anderson Cooper. The buyer was Amy Pascal.

Also, Kimberly Guilfoyle, an adviser to President Donald Trump and the girlfriend of his eldest son, Donald Trump Jr., made a nice profit on the sale of her co-op apartment at 211 Central Park West, a.k.a. the Beresford. She had bought the three-bedroom, three-bathroom unit in 2015, for around $3.4 million, and sold it for $4.4 million. She and Donald Trump Jr. recently bought a home in Jupiter, Fla., for $9.7 million.

The buyers were Jose Colon and Judith Frankel.

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