Mere months after selling a not-so-humble Tribeca investment property for $4.6 million, Clive Davis is making another pocket-deepening deal — and this time around, it’s on the Upper West Side.
The legendary music mogul is parting ways with a lavish condo at The Rushmore, located at 80 Riverside Boulevard. The 4,400-square-foot pad (which originally hit the market 10 days ago to the tune of $6.3 million) features six bedrooms, six bathrooms and an astounding 66 feet of direct Hudson River views.
Naturally, the luxe abode is decked out with a massive, window-filled living room, a formal dining nook which seats 15, a chef’s kitchen with appliances from Sub-Zero, Viking and Miele, plus a generous primary suite with two walk-in closets. If you want to live large in Lincoln Square, common charges and taxes will net out to approximately $13,000 per month.
Despite the plethora of desirable details, Davis never actually lived in the apartment — but his daughter, entertainment attorney and NYU professor Lauren Davis, did. “My daughter and her family lived at 80 Riverside Boulevard for years, and she loved the building and its services,” the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee confirmed to The New York Post.
The building’s impressive array of services include standard rich person real estate requirements, such as a 24-hour doorman, concierge service, fitness center, rooftop terrace and parking garage. There’s also a billiards room, movie theater and indoor swimming pool for those who don’t want to slack on their laps during the harsh winter months.
Curious about where Davis — who’s widely credited for boosting the careers of Bruce Springsteen, Barry Manilow and Whitney Houston — actually shacks up? He reportedly resides in a Midtown duplex, but prefers to weekend up in Westchester at a posh Pound Ridge estate that’s decorated with priceless pieces from artists like Damien Hirst and Andy Warhol.
Back in Manhattan, Gina Sabio from Christie’s International Real Estate holds the listing — more photos and information can be found here.