Media reported on Rybolovlev's decision to sell a penthouse in Manhattan

Billionaire Dmitry Rybolovlev has put up for sale a penthouse in Manhattan. The object was purchased in 2011 for a sum which was record for New York at that time. 
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Russian billionaire Dmitry Rybolovlev, who bought in 2011 a penthouse in Manhattan for a record at the time the price for real estate in New York, put it on sale. This writes the New York Post, citing sources familiar with the situation.

Penthouse with 10 bedrooms in the New York housing complex of 15 Central Park West in Manhattan, formerly owned by the founder of the bank Citigroup, Sandy Weill, then Rybolovlev cost of $ 88 million. The acquired apartment was decorated on the eldest daughter of billionaire Catherine.

The price offered for sale of real estate is not specified. Comments Rybolovlev edition could not be obtained.

Once in 2008, he began his divorce proceedings with his wife Elena Rybolovlev sold substantially all of its assets, including 63.5% of "BRIC" and 20% "Silvinit". Rybolovlev informed that her husband had sold major assets to protect their money from the division of property. According Rybolovleva, with the money billionaire bought expensive properties, including a penthouse in New York.

In the spring of 2014 Geneva court has decided that you should Rybolovlevto pay his wife $ 4.5 billion, as well as to give her property in the Geneva area columns, ornaments and objects of art for $ 560 million. According to Swiss law, any property of the spouses is considered to be jointly acquired, so the businessman should give up exactly half of his fortune.

Later Rybolovlev has achieved reductions of payments to his ex-wife $ 603 million. Also, Helen got two real estate in Geneva.

The former owner of "BRIC" in 2011 Rybolovlev owns the football club "Monaco" Monte Carlo. According to Forbes, in 2015 the state Rybolovlev is estimated at $ 8.5 billion. It occupies 14th place in the ranking of the richest Russian businessmen.

In 2014, it was reported that Rybolovlev put up for sale his last asset in Russia - a multifunctional center "Vozdvizhenka Center", the building of the former shop "Voentorg" on the street Vozdvizhenka, 10, in the heart of Moscow. In November 2015, RBC sources reported that Rybolovlev about twice lowered its price - up to $ 200 million.