NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, 48, and his Fox News Channel anchor wife, Jane Skinner, 40, have sold their seven-room, 20th-floor co-op unit in the Gracie Towers building on Manhattan’s Upper East Side for $2,725,000, according to public records.


Public records show that Goodell, who became the NFL’s commissioner last September, and his wife, a Northwestern University alum who is the daughter of the former White House chief of staff Sam Skinner, sold their unit in the 21-story building at 180 East End Avenue, which was built in 1961. Check out information on the building here.


The Goodells purchased the three-bedroom unit in 1996, according to public records. A cached version of the listing sheet for the “totally renovated” unit reveals that it originally had been listed by the Goodells for $2,800,000, and that it has open city views toward the west. Other features include a spacious living room with a terrace, a formal dining room, three baths, a powder room, a maid’s room with a maid’s bath, custom millwork, through-wall audio, and fitted closets. Check out the New York Observer’s Max Abelson’s summary of the sale in today’s Observer.

The Goodells’ principal residence appears to be a single-family house in Westchester County, N.Y. Public records show that they paid $4.8 million in August 2005 to purchase their house there, at 14 Hemlock Road in Bronxville, N.Y.