Chef Marc Murphy lands $16.5 million corner co-op at the legendary Beresford

Super Chef Marc Murphy, whose culinary empire of Landmarc and Ditch Plains eatery’s spans from down town TriBeCa to the Upper West Side. Marc Murphy together with his wife, Pamela Schein Murphy, bought a jumbo $16.5 million corner co-op at the legendary Beresford at 211 Central Park West.

The couple left a large TriBeCa loft on ultra trendy North Moore Street, for Central Park West where the the Murphy’s new neighbors will include Jerry and Jessica Seinfeld.Their sprawling eight room co-op was on the market for less than a month .The listing broker was Patrycia Harbison, of Halstead Property, who declined to comment.

The new digs at the Beresford is a three-bedroom, five-and-a-half bath unit includes a private elevator landing, and, of course, a windowed eat-in kitchen with a butler’s pantry and breathtaking Central Park views.The 15th floor apartment in the Emory Roth-designed, 22-story co-op, built in 1928-1929, includes a wood-burning fireplace, 10-foot high ceilings, and all-original wainscotting, molding and original plaster relief ceilings.

One comment on “Chef Marc Murphy lands $16.5 million corner co-op at the legendary Beresford

  1. j smith on said:

    Pam Schein is the heiress to her grandfather, Henry Schein’s fortune. She was left over 100 million dollars in stock from the public company which she cashes in whenever she wants to buy something. She bought Marc his restaurant empire, shelling out over 15 million dollars to purchase and refurbish the sites of their three restaurants. He is a kept man and boy is she keeping him in grand style.

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