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  • A month ago, it was rumored that Jonathan Tisch set a record for the most expensive co-op in NYC history when he bought an 11th floor apartment at 2 East 67th for $48 million. The Times confirmed the price tag over the weekend, but today the Observer suggests that the Loews heir overpaid, since the property was listed for about 20 percent less in 2007. [Observer]
  • A three-bedroom apartment on the 12th floor of 15 CPW has been purchased for $4.73 million by Rimma, Laureen and Eleanor Lipsky. [TRD]
  • Tom C. Tinsley, a director at BMC Software, paid $3.3 million for an apartment at Sheffield 57 in Midtown. Other occupants of the building include Gillian Hearst Simonds and her sister Lydia Hearst. [Cityfile]
  • Proskauer Rose's Arthur Gurwitz purchased a three-bedroom at 173 Duane Street, the same building that's home to artist Richard Serra. The apartment was listed for $3.85 million. [Cityfile]
  • A duplex unit at The Plaza has sold for $25.04 million. The buyer of the four-bedroom apartment with a terrace was not disclosed. [TRD]