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The Phil Jackson era in New York appears to be nearing full closure.
The jettisoned Knicks president has listed his three-bedroom 57th Street apartment for $4.95 million, according to Curbed’s Zoe Rosenberg. Jackson paid about $100,000 less for the abode in 2014, the same year he was hired to run the Knicks.
Two blocks south of Central Park, the apartment building – on a stretch known as “Billionaires’ Row” – is also home to actress Jessica Chastain.
The unit’s maintenance costs alone are $51,288 a year, or $4,274 a month – a little over $1,000 more than the average monthly rent in New York City.