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Jeff Bezos’ New York City loft acquisition may at last be arriving at an end: The Amazon CEO has purportedly grabbed three apartment suites—including a penthouse that was recently recorded for $58 million—at 212 Fifth Avenue, as indicated by the Wall Street Journal.

Bezos has been searching for a combined luxury apartment spread for at least as couple of months, even after the arrangement to bring Amazon Headquarters to Long Island self-destructed. In April, the New York Post revealed that the tech head honcho—whose total assets is around $140 billion—was looking for a loft around $60 million, and had looked at units at the ultra-swanky 220 Central Park South.

The building is created by Madison Equities, with Thor Equities as a partner; following the WSJ piece, the designers reported that 212 Fifth Avenue is currently sold out.

“212 Fifth Avenue embodies New York extravagance and impeccably catches the rich history and class Madison Square Park expresses,” Thor Equities CEO Joseph Sitt said in an announcement. “The area was painstakingly picked for this obtaining and advancement, as it represents the developing tastes of the world’s riches from conventional neighborhoods of years past.”

The lofts that Bezos is purportedly obtaining incorporate a 10,000-square-foot penthouse that initially recorded in 2016 for $68.5 million, and has in this way gotten a value knock (to $74 million out of 2017) and another value cut (to $62.8 million). The penthouse is a triplex with five rooms, five washrooms, and almost 6,000 square feet of outside space. As we recently announced, the observatory on the third floor of the penthouse opens up into a 950-square-foot porch that ideas up perspectives on the Empire State Building, the Flatiron Building, and the World Trade Center. Bezos purportedly additionally purchased two different condos inside the structure, totaling $28 million.

Bezos’ condo chasing comes only a couple of months after Amazon suddenly dropped its arrangements to bring half of its second North American central station to Long Island City. At the point when the HQ arrangement was at first reported last November, it went under examination for including, in addition to other things, a private helipad, however conceivable use cases for it were simply theoretical. (212 Fifth Avenue does not, supposedly, have a helipad.)

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