Retired NBC Nightly News anchor Tom Brokaw and his daughter and son-in-law have paid $3,267,650 for a duplex apartment in the Atelier co-op building on Manhattan’s Upper West Side, according to public records and the New York Observer. The trio bought the apartment at 33 West 67th Street from the estate of the late New York Review of Books co-founder and co-editor Barbara Epstein, who died last June at the age of 77. The unit has a 686-square-foot living room with “immense laddered bookshelves and double-height windows,” according to the Observer. Other features include 10-foot fireplace mantels, a 15-1/2-foot-long balcony overlooking the living room, and a downstairs room that can be used for “double maids or library,” the Observer quoted the listing information as saying. The unit originally had been listed for $3,975,000 and later was reduced to $3,675,000 and then to $3,575,000. Check out the unit’s listing sheet here. There’s no doubt that the unit will be inhabited by Brokaw’s daughter and son-in-law, and not by the newsman himself. Brokaw and wife Meredith long have lived in a 14th-floor apartment at 941 Park Avenue (at 81st Street) in Manhattan, which is their principal residence and which is where investment bank CEOs Stanley O’Neal of Merrill Lynch and Lloyd Blankfein of Goldman Sachs also have apartments. Brokaw also owns a 4,184-square-foot house on 56.74 acres at 43 S. Bedford Road in Pound Ridge, N.Y., which he bought in 1999 for $4.25 million, and a 32-acre ranch on Swingley Road in Livingston, Mont., according to public records.