Slain Gucci Heir’s Daughters List Manhattan Pad At Huge Markdown


Photos: Brown Harris Stevens

After half a year on the market, daughters of slain Gucci heir are relisting their Manhattan pad at $38 million. According to The Wall Street Journal, the Gucci sisters are selling the penthouse because they spend most of their time in Europe instead, and have been renting the penthouse out for about $60,000 a month since 2010. The gorgeous, upscale pad, located in the heart of Manhattan at Fifth Avenue, occupies the 51st and 50th floors of the iconic Olympic Tower.

The 9,500-square-foot duplex has been a family home since their father, Maurizio Gucci, bought it in the ‘70s. Maurizio was assassinated when their mother, Patrizia Reggiani, ordered a successful hit on him following his affair, their divorce, and a settlement dispute in a high profile scandal that rocked the Italian nation. Reggiani was convicted in 1998 and sentenced to 29 years in prison, but has since been released on parole.

The 8-bedroom, 9.5 bathroom apartment offers a lavish amount of space, a modernist-minimalist architecture, and 14-foot ceilings with 28 floor-to-ceiling windows which offer an endless panorama of the gorgeous Manhattan skyline.

Previously listed on August 2015 at a record $45 million, the gorgeous penthouse has been relisted at a huge markdown on Brown Harris Stevens for $38 million, at a whopping 15% off!











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