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Hotelier Ian Reisner lists Central Park South home for $9M

Hotelier Ian Reisner — who launched the now shuttered Out Hotel — has put his prewar penthouse duplex at 230 Central Park South on the market for $8.99 million.

The 14th- and 15th-floor unit is a combo of four separate apartments Reisner bought over 12 years.

The 3,900-square-foot space at Southmoor House comes with a hefty $7,640 maintenance fee.

It is currently being renovated and is being offered finished, or raw, with pre-approved plans by architecture firm CRD Associates.

The residence features three bedrooms, three bathrooms, two powder rooms and a private 300-square-foot terrace overlooking Central Park.

Details include herringbone hardwood floors, beamed ceilings, custom light fixtures, gas fireplaces, a library and a marble spiral staircase.

Shows and films including “Billions,” “Madoff,” “Dreamgirls” and “Vinyl” have filmed inside this Central Park South building.

The building is also where former US citizen Denise Rich — ex-wife of the late tax fugitive Marc Rich, pardoned by President Bill Clinton his last day in office — bought a $12 million unit in 2014 via an LLC. (She denied the purchase at the time, and said it was bought by her investor boyfriend, Peter Cervinka.)

The listing brokers are Chase Landow and Jonathan Perrelli of Serhant, and Pamela O’Connor of Sotheby’s International Realty.

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