Ed Snider, the chairman of Comcast Spectacor, can surely taketh and selleth away. The big-time affiliate-owner of the Philadelphia Flyers of the professional hockey team, Wells Fargo Center, Comcast SportsNet, and Global Spectrum purchased an extravagant 2,873 sq ft condo in the Flatiron District of New York City back in Dec 2011 for $7 million. Now, he’s looking to sell. Snider’s currently seeking out a profit of $1.750 million for the 1924 distinguishable monster NYC pad. Then again, the entire premises is renovated.
The apartment’s floor plan is diverse and breathable for a 3 bed and 3.5 bath home. Each bedroom has an en-suite bathroom. The master bedroom has a good-sized walk-in closet with dark and sleek hardwood flooring. Bathrooms open up to full city views. In fact, the entire condo practically offers those kind of views from the windows. You can gawk at pieces of the surrounding Flatiron District via the kitchen as you dine or drink coffee while reading through a very large glass window.
The kitchen comes furnshed with an island table w/ seating accommodations and sink, range, cooking vent, and fridge. The 9th floor condo is all-around cozy and high-end and is nearby dozens of restaurants and shops. As for transportation, well……..it’s NYC!
Address: 50 Gramercy Park N Apt 9B, New York NY 10010