Former Gov. Eliot Spitzer has just paid $4.37 million for two adjacent apartments on the Upper East Side in an off-market deal.
The posh pads are on the 24th floor of The Concorde, at 220 E. 65th St., according to city property records.
In September, Spitzer and his fiancee Roxana Girand were preparing to buy two apartments in an Upper East Side building, a spokeswoman told The Post. Girand, founder and president of Sebastian Capital, already owns one apartment in the building. They’ve been together since 2017.
Spitzer — once known as the sheriff of Wall Street before he got tied up in an infamous prostitution ring in 2008 — bought the units in his own name.
The seller was Ahron Haspel, a retired corporate lawyer and former senior partner at accounting firm KPMG, and his wife Ruth.
Combined, the condos measure 2,276 square feet, according to StreetEasy. No other home details are available.
Building amenities include valet parking, a gym, a pool, a roof deck with outdoor seating, a garden with a waterfall, a children’s playroom and bike storage.
Spitzer, the son of late real estate developer, Bernard Spitzer, has since found his way into the real estate biz. Spitzer now heads Spitzer Enterprises — a rebrand of Bernard’s Spitzer Engineering — known for its three-towered 420 Kent luxury residential development on the Williamsburg waterfront.