BlueMountain’s Markus Can Say, Lloyd Blankfein Slept Here

Aug 23 2010 | 11:50am ET

Hedge fund manager Bryce Markus can rest easy, now that he’s resting his head in his old boss’s old digs.

The BlueMountain Capital Management senior portfolio manager has bought Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein’s old apartment on Park Avenue for $12 million, $3 million less than he listed it for last year.

The five-bedroom duplex is at Park and 81st Street. Bryce worked at Goldman before joining BlueMountain.

The apartment features two maid’s rooms and a 30-foot-long living room.

Blankfein has moved across Central Park, buying a $26 million duplex at 15 Central Park West in 2008.

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