The sale of Jets' owner Woody Johnson's apartment set all sorts of records

By Extra Mustard
April 03, 2015

When New York Jets owner Woody Johnson sold his apartment last month for a cool $77.5 million to Ukranian billionaire Leonard Blavatnik, he set the record for the largest-ever sale of a New York city co-op. 

The five-bedroom apartment at Fifth Avenue and 64th Street in Manhattan beat out the last record sale, a mere $71.2 million transaction made last year, according to The New York Times

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Johnson left behind a two-story residence in a building that Bing Crosby once called home. 

The residence's monthly maintenance bill was $22,801. What is he fixing in there?

Now, if he and the Jets could just start setting some records on the field, then we'd really have something here. 

- Will Green

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