Jonathan Glickman, the former MGM president-turned producer — whose latest project is “Respect,” the new Aretha Franklin biopic — and his wife, TV writer Christy Callahan, have just bought a new home at 91 Central Park West for $3.62 million, according to city finance records.
That’s up from its $3.5 million asking price.
Glickman, named one of the most powerful people in entertainment by the Hollywood Reporter in 2019, produced films including “Rush Hour” and its sequels, and “Grosse Pointe Blank” over the years.
If his new building, at West 69th Street across from Central Park, sounds familiar, that’s because it’s where Giorgio Armani bought the penthouse from John Legere, the former CEO of T-Mobile, for $17.5 million in 2019. (Legere had bought it for $18 million as a “bachelor pad” in 2015.)
Glickman and Callahan’s new unit comes with three bedrooms and three bathrooms.
It features a windowed, eat-in kitchen with a butler’s pantry and a dining room that is currently a TV/family room.
Original details include high ceilings, oak floors, a woodburning fireplace and crown moldings.
Building amenities include a concierge, a gym, bike storage, and a children’s playroom.
The listing broker was Sotheby’s Cathy Taub.
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