Thursday, September 27, 2007

Citigroup's Pandit Buys Tony Randall Co-Op for $17.9 Million

Vikram Pandit House spending

Sept. 25 (Bloomberg) -- Vikram S. Pandit, chief executive
officer of Citigroup Inc.'s alternative investments unit, bought a
10-room Manhattan apartment that belonged to the late actor Tony
Randall for $17.9 million, according to public records.

The co-operative in the Beresford building at 81st Street is
a full floor, overlooks Central Park to the east and has its own
elevator, a listing by the Corcoran Group real estate brokerage
said when the apartment was offered. The New York Finance
Department's Web site recorded the sale today.

I always looked up to this guy what an amazing talented person..