Jane Goldman, the only female billionaire/heiress running a real estate firm, has sold her Upper East Side digs for $11 million, sources tell Gimme exclusively.

The buyer is fellow real estate honcho/heir William Zeckendorf.

The third-floor, six-bedroom, 5½-bath spread at 960 Park Ave. first went on the market last year for $12.75 million. The 12-room, full-floor co-op is in a 1913 building designed by James E. R. Carpenter.

William Zeckendorf
William ZeckendorfCraig Barritt/Getty Images for Haute Residence

It comes with a private elevator landing that opens to a foyer with a bronze and glass entry door, custom moldings, entertaining rooms, an eat-in chef’s kitchen and a library/media room.

There’s also a woodburning fireplace, hardwood floors, motorized shades and soundproof windows. Goldman heads Solil Management, which she owns with her three siblings.

She’s the youngest daughter of the late Sol Goldman, who was once the city’s biggest landlord. Jewels in their collection include the Olympic Tower, the Cartier Mansion and a 17 percent stake in the World Trade Center developments.

Goldman has been on a personal selling spree recently. In June, she reportedly sold her Palm Beach spread — famed for once being President Kennedy’s Winter White House — for $70 million.

Zeckendorf — who co-developed top buildings like 15 Central Park West, 520 Park Ave., 50 United Nations Plaza and 18 Gramercy Park — comes from a third-generation real estate dynasty. He is co-founder and co-chairman of Zeckendorf Development, LLC, and co-chairman of Terra Holdings, LLC, the parent company of Brown Harris Stevens and Halstead Property.

The listing broker is Suzan Kremer, of Douglas Elliman.

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