NY Post address change for Walton: Park Avenue | Rock Candy

Friday, June 13, 2014

NY Post address change for Walton: Park Avenue

Posted By on Fri, Jun 13, 2014 at 12:19 PM

click to enlarge 515 Park Ave. The 30th and 31st floors are near the tippy-top.
  • 515 Park Ave. The 30th and 31st floors are near the tippy-top.

The New York Post, whose speculation that that Alice Walton had bought a $70 million pad on Fifth Avenue was reported by Eye Candy in April, now says our Walmart heiress has instead bought a more modest $25 million duplex at the 515 Park Ave. high-rise. The Post says the duplex, on the 30th and 31st floors, has five bedrooms and six bathrooms and was owned by the late value investor Christopher H. Browne. 

The Park Avenue address (between E. 59th and E. 60th streets) is 22 blocks south of the Metropolitan Museum of Art (the Fifth Avenue condo was much closer) but Walton will be able to trot over to the Museum of Modern Art (53rd and 6th Ave.) in no time.

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