A 5,024-square-foot penthouse in the Trump International Hotel & Tower has been sold by a Johnson & Johnson heiress for $18.5 million, and then immediately re-sold to a separate buyer for $21.25 million. Elizabeth R. "Libet" Johnson, whose ancestors founded Johnson & Johnson but who is not currently involved in the company, bought the unit in 2000 for about $20 million as part of a 20,000-square-foot purchase in the tower, at 1 Central Park West, according to the New York Observer. She first listed this unit, which is known as PH-51B, in 2001 for $25 million, the Observer reported. Now, Johnson has sold the last of her holdings from the Trump building, reportedly because her lover Frederic Fekkai, whom the Observer called "hairdresser to the stars and heiresses," was more interested in a smaller, cozier place to live. The five-bedroom unit was billed by the listing agent as the largest penthouse in Trump International, with more than 187 feet of 10-foot-high windows and panoramic views in three directions including of all of Central Park, the George Washington Bridge, the Hudson River, and midtown Manhattan. Other features include a 500-square-foot corner living room with "postcard views of the park," a formal dining room, a library, six and a half baths, and a 610-square-foot master suite with full park views, his and her baths and a huge walk-in closet, according to listing information. See the unit's listing sheet here. The Observer also reported that the unit has a rotunda that leads to the library and dining room. According to public records, a company called North-51 LLC bought the unit from Johnson for $18.5 million on January 9. Then, the same day, a company called Endicott Holdings LLC bought the unit from North-51 LLC for $21.25 million. State incorporation records provided no information about who was behind either company. Johnson continues to own much acreage in Washington, N.Y., along with a house at 375 Mill Creek Circle in Vail, Colorado, which she bought in 1994 for $5.6 million, according to public records. And recall also that Johnson owns Meryl Streep's former townhouse at 19 West 12th Street in New York City's Greenwich Village neighborhood. As we reported on January 5, that house is available for $15,950,000.