Former New York Yankees all-star Alex Rodriguez needed to throw a “tantrum” to be accredited for a swanky Manhattan co-op after almost placing out with the co-op board, in accordance with a report.
The previous shortstop dropped $9.9 million for the co-op within the legendary Beresford Building at 211 Central Park West after “begging” the board for approval, in accordance with the New York Post.
A supply advised the Submit the ‘white glove Central Park West co-op’ was reluctant to have anybody with movie star standing within the constructing, however finally gave in to the famous person ballplayer after he “made an enormous fuss about it.”
“His reference letters got here from tenants within the constructing,” Rodriguez’s publicist Ron Berkowitz advised the Submit. “He was accredited days later after his board interview.”
Rodriguez bought the second-story unit from actual property developer Jordan Vogel, who bought the unit for $6.75 million in 2018, according to public records.
“It’s surprising that he would need a spot on the second ground,” one supply advised the Submit. “It isn’t non-public in any respect. I feel it’s an enormous mistake.”
The three,600 sq. foot second-floor unit bought by Rodriguez has 5 and a half bogs, three bedrooms, a wood-burning hearth, a dressing room, and 16 home windows overlooking Central Park. The itemizing boasts of authentic St. Charles cabinetry, an oak-paneled eating room, and a central gallery excellent for displaying artwork.