Lafayette A. Goldstone

Interiors, Recent Sales, Upper East Side

730 Park Avenue #15/16A, Mike Wallace, F. Burrall Hoffman, Lafayette A. Goldstone

After nearly two years on the market, Mike Wallace’s estate has finally sold, for a significant discount, according to city records. The home was initially placed on the market after the anchor’s death in 2012, asking $20 million dollars, a far cry from its closing $13 million sale price.

Occupying the 15th and 16th floors of the distinguished 730 Park Avenue—a white-gloved Jacobean/Tudor style co-op designed by F. Burrall Hoffman, Jr. and Lafayette A. Goldstone–this 4BR/4.5BA duplex, offers plenty of light, gorgeous city views, and original prewar details.

Take a look inside the anchor’s former home here