NYC estate of famed Bergdorf and Gucci exec Dawn Mello sells for $2.5M

Real Estate

A penthouse owned by late fashion powerhouse Dawn Mello — the former president of Bergdorf Goodman, mentor to Donna Karan, and Gucci chief designer — has found a buyer.

The stunning residence, at 30 Sutton Place, is in contract; its last asking price was nearly $2.5 million.

Mello bought the two-bedroom, two-bathroom pad for $1.5 million back in 2003 and spent two years renovating it.

A landscaped terrace wraps around three sides of the apartment (in a Rosario Candela pre-war building that dates to 1929) and offers stunning views, according to the listing from Brown Harris Stevens’ Martha Kramer.

A dining room inside the home.
The dining room in the home is as fashionable as its late former owner.
Brown Harris Stevens
The home's wraparound terrace.
The Sutton Place pad has a wraparound terrace with stellar views of Manhattan’s East Side.
Brown Harris Stevens
A bedroom inside the home.
One of the penthouse’s two ornate bedrooms.
Brown Harris Stevens

Mello previously owned the penthouse at 3 E. 84th St. — Doris Duke’s former digs, which Mello bought in 1998 for $1.35 million — and sold to buy this place.

Now that’s style.

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