Saudi prince’s Trump Place triplex finally sells for huge discount

A palatial pad once owned by a powerful Saudi prince has finally sold — for more than half off its original $75 million asking price.

Prince Nawaf bin Abdulaziz Al-Saud first put his 10,500-square-foot pied-a-terre at the Upper West Side’s Trump Place building on the market in 2012.

Following multiple broker swaps, the pad, located at 240 Riverside Boulevard along the Hudson River, sold for $36 million, as first reported by the Real Deal.

The prince is one of 32 children fathered by the late Prince Nawaf bin Abdulaziz Al-Saud, who was a close ally to the late King Abdullah and served as the director general of Saudi intelligence from 2001 to 2005. He died in 2015. His son and seller of this apartment is known as Prince Nawaf.

The sprawling triplex residence comes with four bedrooms, four bathrooms, six half bathrooms, three terraces and stunning river views.

It was cobbled together from six units and boasts over-the-top features like three bulletproof panic rooms, a cigar room and a sushi bar, along with a gym. An odd, out-of-context jacuzzi sits on a raised platform in the living room.

“The prince’s family members were here just a few times a year,” a source told The Post. “They had no use for it anymore.”

The buyer is an anonymous LLC.

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