Welcome To Your New Central Park Mansion, Boaz Weinstein, Say The Dolls

HIGH LIVIN’: Boaz Weinstein, with wife Tali, bought late heiress Huguette Clark’s pad in a Fifth Avenue co-op for $25.5M after profiting from losses at JPMorgan.Hedge Fund manager Boaz Weinstein was able to dispose of a bit of his massive profits on JPMorgan’s recent loss by purchasing a $25.5 million penthouse on Fifth Avenue. The apartment was formerly owned by eccentric reclusive heiress Huguette Clark and though the heiress has not lived there for several decades, the apartment housed her doll collection up until her recent passing.

Weinstein and his wife had been in talks to purchase the 14-room apartment, which borders Central Park, for several months. They succeeded in beating out other notable buyers, including the prime minister of Qatar, in winning the approval of the co-op board.

Boaz Weinstein, who profited after JPMorgan’s $2 billion trading loss, buying Huguette Clark’s apartment for $25 million

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About Beth Connolly

Beth Connolly is Head Editor, Writer, and Marketing Coordinator at the Compliance Exchange and the Wall Street Job Report. She tweets @Bethconnolly and shares her love of the good writing life at her blog, When Nutmeg Met Basil. A graduate of Middlebury College in Vermont, she works in Manhattan and calls Astoria home.

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