Florida Panthers Owner Vincent Viola Selling NYC Mansion – $114 Million


Need 20,000 sq. ft. of living space on the Upper East Side of New York City? On East 69th? We have the perfect townhouse for you. Vincent Viola, the new owner of the Florida Panthers (reportedly paid $240 million for franchise), is selling his 7 bedroom, 9 bath pad that has a two-level home theater and an indoor swimming pool.

The asking price: $114,077,000.

According to the Corcoran Group:

This spectacular completely renovated, very rare 40 foot wide mansion on the Upper East Side exudes the ultimate in sophistication and grandeur. Central Park views, soaring 12-32 foot ceilings, palatial entertaining space, the finest European-imported materials and state-of-the-art systems make it an unrivaled modern-day trophy home. Built in 1884, this 19-room masterpiece offering 7 bedrooms, 6 full baths and 3 powder rooms has been gutted and tastefully redone by the current owners, who have spared no expense on an exquisitely-detailed renovation, including a panic room.

Sold. I’ll be making a call Monday morning to Vincent’s people.

Real Highlights of Viola’s Masterpiece:

• 19 rooms!

• The place is six stories!

• The theater screen is 12-foot!

• Close to the subway, the Met and decent restaurants

1.2 miles over to the Columbus Circle Whole Foods

Asking: $114,077,000

Mortgage: $409,805/mo. before housekeeping & someone to clean the pool.

[Buy Vincent Viola’s Pad – Corcoran Group]