Hollywood power player Amy Pascal has snapped up the glam pad of fashion legend Gloria Vanderbilt, Gimme has learned.
And Pascal — producer of epic films like the current “Spider-Man: No Way Home” hit — paid more than 100 times over the apartment’s asking price to make sure she got what she wanted.
The apartment at 30 Beekman Place was on the market for less than a month before it went into contract, as we previously reported.
That’s an eye-popping 122% over the asking price.
She also bought Vanderbilt’s former ground-floor art studio for $950,000, for a total of $3.45 million.
Pascal is the former chair of Sony Pictures and the current head of Pascal Pictures, where she also produced “The Post,” “Ghostbusters” and “Little Women.”
Vanderbilt, once known as the “poor little rich girl” as her mother and aunt fought over her inheritance, is the great-great granddaughter of railroad baron Cornelius Vanderbilt. The heiress and fashion designer is also the mother of TV personality Anderson Cooper, who went viral on New Year’s Eve as sidekick to Andy “sayonara sucker” Cohen’s um, animated adieu to de Blasio.
Cooper, who has repeatedly said he does not believe in inheritance, was named the seller of both units.
Vanderbilt bought the properties in 1997 and lived there until her death, at age 95, in 2019.
The listing photos reveal a home imbued with personality, from a lacquer red dining room to a hand painted fireplace mantel with an Einstein quote: “The distance between past, present and future is only an illusion, however persistent.”
Building amenities in the 10-story building, which dates to 1931, include a gym and bike storage.
The listing brokers were Brown Harris Stevens brokers Ileen G. Schoenfeld and Aracely Moran.