Sold – Most Expensive Home in U.S. Sells for $238 Million

A world record has been broken! And astonishing $238 million home has sold in NYC. In your lifetime, do you think you will save $1 million?

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Billionaire Ken Griffin bought a $238 million home – yes, $238 million – in New York City. The four-story condo (24,00 square feet) on Central Park South is in a building labelled the billionaires’ “bunker,” according to the New York Post. The building features private dining rooms, a sports club, juice bar, library and a basketball court – sounds like a resort for the rich and famous.

Some people collect stamps, coins, phonograph records, etc. Griffin, on the other hand, collects houses and is known for his million-dollar purchases. He already owns a $58.75 million condo in Chicago, $60 million penthouse in Miami, $250 million worth of land and a $122 million London mansion, the New York Post reports – And here I was thinking my book collection was quite impressive.

Developer Steven Roth, who helped design the building, is gathering potential occupants “as if the building is his own private clubhouse,” sources told the New York Post. And, once the building is ready for tenants, Sting and Trudie Styler plan to move in.

Before this record-breaking purchase, Barry Rosenstein, activist investor, purchased an East Hampton estate for $137 million in 2014. Who will be the next record breaker in the game of the-most-expensive-homes?

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Here’s how people on the Zip app are weighing in on this all over the country!

A world record has been broken! And astonishing $238 million home has sold in NYC. In your lifetime, do you think you will save $1 million?

Totals
26% On track/ there
74% Not a chance
Males
33% On track/ there
67% Not a chance
Females
13% On track/ there
87% Not a chance

On track/ there

Not a chance


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