Life post–Lehman Brothers seems to be going smoothly for Erin Callan, the Lehman CFO who caught a lucky break when she
was fired from left the now-deceased investment bank a few months shy of its collapse. First, she was able to sell her apartment at 15 Central Park West for twice what she paid for it. And now she's reinvesting in a fancy new $8 million condo in a recently rehabbed building at 40 East 66th Street, at Madison Avenue.
According to the listing:
This splendid building is made of 3BR homes with wood-burning fireplaces. Many feature formal dining and maid’s rooms. Each is adorned with pre-war finishes and comes in at 2,450 square feet with 9-foot ceilings over white oak herringbone floors. Large eat-in kitchens have Cote d’Or limestone floors and custom-designed white wood cabinetry with Calacatta marble worktops. Appliances, including wine coolers, are from Viking, Sub-Zero, and Miele. Master baths boast radiant-heat, custom-designed, basket-weave marble tile floors, heated towel racks, frameless glass-enclosed shower stalls, Zuma or Kohler Tea-for-Two soaking tubs, and double-sink vanities topped with Calacatta gold marble.
Sounds pretty good. We wouldn't want to have to explain what "Calacatta gold marble" is to a grand jury, though.