Millennium Chief’s Daughter Buys $15.5M Apartment

Aug 8 2014 | 4:29am ET

Millennium Management founder Israel Englander just spent $70 million on a place for his kids to stay when they visit him in New York. But daughter Laura Levin would prefer to stay at her own place up the block.

Levin and her husband, Daniel, have bought a five-bedroom, five-bathroom co-op 15 blocks north of her father’s home at the ultra-exclusive 740 Park Avenue. Englander recently agreed to buy the French ambassadorial apartment in that building, which sits just below his own home, for $70 million, planning to use the 18-room duplex as a pied a terre for his children.

The Levins—she is a radiologist and he an author—will pay $15.5 million for their new home at 960 Park Avenue.


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