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According to city property records, actress Candice Bergen spent $2,150,000 on an Upper East Side co-op at 825 Fifth Avenue. The apartment last sold in 2007 for $1,600,000; it had previously been owned by eccentric real estate developer and political figure Abraham Hirschfeld, who passed away in 2005. In December, Ms. Bergen put her Hamptons home on the market for $18 million.
Ms. Bergen has been a fan of the Upper East Side as far back as 1979 when her incredible duplex with Central Park views was profiled in Architectural Digest. It appears that this apartment now belongs to her daughter, Vogue editor Chloe Malle (who recently welcomed her first child with husband Graham Albert).
The co-op 825 Fifth Avenue overlooks Central Park and is between East 63rd and 64th Streets. According to CityRealty, “The neo-classical, 23-story building was built in 1927 by J.E.R. Carpenter and holds 64 apartments. Building amenities include a private restaurant, outdoor cocktail/dining terrace, and room service.”
According to other articles, Ms. Bergen and her husband, real estate developer Marshall Rose, already owned another Manhattan apartment. They renovated Mr. Rose’s East Hampton country estate in 2000 after getting married (he had the home built with his first wife in the mid-1980s).
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Neighborhoods : Upper East Side