After being promoted last January, Goldman Sachs vice chairman J. Michael Evans has decided to put some of that money to work. Evans purchased an apartment at 995 5th Avenue for a stunning $27 million. The Upper East Side apartment is 8,360 square-feet, which eats up the entire 16th floor of what used to be the Stanhope building across from the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
The condo features a six-room master bedroom suite, four additional rooms, 9 1/2 bathrooms, a private guest room and another 42-foot room. The former Canadian Olympic gold medalist is rumored to be the company's next CEO, and this purchase is sure to motivate subordinates.
The only question left to ask is, Who the neighbors?
[via NY Post]