NYU Law School Pays $3.6M for Faculty Condo
New York University law school has purchased another condo.
This time the school paid $3.6 million for an Upper West Side condo, International Business Times reports. Law school spokesman Michael Orey says the condo will be used by a faculty member who will pay rent. The publication has photos.
According to the story, “The four bedrooms have ensuite baths with Calacatta gold and marble, as well as radiant heat floors.” Songwriter Judy Collins was a former building resident.
Last year the law school paid $3.5 million for a condo about a mile from its campus, and in 2008, it paid $4.2 million for a condo overlooking Central Park.
NYU is one of the largest landlords in the city, according to the story.