An apartment on Central Park long owned by the late hedge-fund founder Julian H. Robertson Jr. is on the market for $30 million.
Mr. Robertson, founder of the hedge-fund giant Tiger Management, died in August 2022 at age 90.
The Robertson family didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment. Listing agent Joanne Douglas of Douglas Elliman declined to comment.
The full-floor co-op apartment spans about 6,500 square feet, according to a listing description posted by Ms. Douglas. It has a 38-foot-long living room with roughly 18-foot ceilings, and three arched doors that open onto a terrace overlooking Central Park.
The property could be configured as seven bedrooms, though one is currently set up as a gym, according to the listing. There is also a formal dining room, a paneled media room and a dramatic tiled entry hall with a window overlooking the park.
The apartment was formerly owned by philanthropist Alice Tully, according to the book ”Alice Tully: An Intimate Portrait,” by Albert Fuller, who described Ms. Tully’s apartment as having a “gorgeous room paneled in antique oak.” The unit is located at Hampshire House, a 1930s-era building known for its steeply pitched copper roof.
Mr. Robertson led Tiger Management for roughly two decades, helping turn it into one of Wall Street’s largest and most high-profile hedge funds. Some of the managers he trained—who became widely known in the finance industry as “Tiger Cubs”—include Philippe Laffont of Coatue Management and Charles “Chase” Coleman of Tiger Global Management.