The triplex includes three bedrooms, four full baths and six half baths, along with three so-called safe rooms, one on each level, according to the floor plans and listings. There are also three terraces that provide stunning panoramic vistas of the nearby Hudson River and Hudson River Park as well as numerous resort-like amenities, including a swimming pool, landscaped interior courtyard and a sushi bar.
The main level of this apartment, on the sixth floor, features an enormous living room with a terrace off its vestibule; several lounging areas; a formal dining room, also with a vestibule and terrace; a kitchen and pantry; and an office with a connecting room with a bar. The floor below is the recreation space and spa. It contains, among other things, an exercise room; a massage and steam room; billiards room; a spacious lounge area; and another kitchen.
The en-suite bedrooms are on the seventh floor. There is a guest room as well as two huge master suites, one with a separate living room and another with a vestibule and terrace. Both of these suites have large dressing areas.
This property was first marketed by Trump International Realty in December 2012 for $75 million, according to StreetEasy, then by Nest Seekers International in 2015 for $48.5 million. The most recent listing, at $40 million, was with Engel & Völkers New York Real Estate; Elizabeth Mercedes Berk and her team were the listing brokers. Monthly carrying costs total around $27,500.
Mr. Bon Jovi sold a duplex at 150 Charles Street, No. 4BS, for $15 million, according to city records, which was below its most recent $15.95 million asking price. He still made a tidy profit: He bought the apartment in September 2015 for nearly $12.9 million.
The 4,031-square-foot unit has four bedrooms and four and a half baths, along with a den/library that could be converted into another bedroom, according to the listing with the Corcoran Group.
There is also a 52-by-29-foot landscaped terrace accessible from the living room, formal dining room and den on the main level. A smaller terrace is off the large master suite upstairs, where all the en-suite bedrooms are located.
Just a few blocks away, at 302 West 12th Street, is the two-bedroom, two-bath apartment, No. 12G, that was sold by Mr. Meyers, who hosts a late-night TV show on NBC, and his wife, Alexi. The couple were asking $4.5 million for the unit, which is opposite Abingdon Square Park. The sale price was just a bit under, at $4.35 million.
This fully renovated home has an open kitchen and dining area. Both modern amenities and prewar flourishes can be found throughout, including hardwood floors, high ceilings and a wood-burning fireplace.
The Upper East Side townhouse owned by Mr. Feinstein and his spouse, Terrence Flannery, at 143 East 63rd Street, just off Lexington Avenue, closed at $15.23 million. It was initially listed for $17.9 million in September 2013.
The five-story, 25-foot-wide brick house has 18 rooms, including six bedrooms, seven full baths and two powder rooms. There are eight fireplaces, two staircases and a landscaped backyard with twin outdoor pagodas, one furnished as a living room and the other as a dining room.
The estate of Mr. Cahn, who died at age 95 in February 2017, sold unit 19C at 115 Central Park West, a co-op building known as the Majestic. The price for this two-bedroom, three-bath apartment was $9.09 million; it was initially listed for $11 million in July. Mr. Cahn co-founded with his wife, Lillian, the Coach Leatherware Company in 1961.
And at 195 Hudson Street, Mr. Silverman, the real estate developer, received $4.3 million for unit 2A, a 2,271-square-foot loft with three bedrooms and two baths. The sale also included a parking spot in the building’s parking garage.