Mega-developer Bruce Ratner has brokered a final divorce deal with estranged wife Dr. Pamela Lipkin.
The private pact was accepted by a judge Friday.
“I congratulate the parties on working this out,” Justice Michael Katz said after the sparring spouses waived their right to a trial and resolved all remaining issues.
“We’re thrilled it’s over,” Ratner’s lawyer Bob Cohen said as the power couple left Manhattan Supreme Court.
Both Ratner and Lipkin, an Upper East Side plastic surgeon, declined to comment. But Lipkin’s lawyer hinted neither side felt browbeaten.
“In divorce world, these cases often generate an agreement that neither party is completely thrilled with. That’s always the case, but it’s certainly an agreement that these parties can live with,” her lawyer Adam Edelstein said.
“Dr. Lipkin is thrilled and very thankful that the case came to this resolution.”
Lipkin, 65, filed the divorce petition in July.
Ratner, 72, contested it early on and pursued some type of default motion at one point — but any ugliness appeared to be over Friday.
The high-profile couple married in 2008 after Ratner bought them an Upper East Side love nest on Valentine’s Day.
Worth an estimated $400 million, Ratner founded his Forest City Ratner Co. in 1985 and gave a facelift to downtown Brooklyn with the $1 billion MetroTech Center.
He also partnered with Russian billionaire Mikhail Prokhorov to build Barclays Center. His $165 million makeover of the Nassau Coliseum debuted earlier this month.
Lipkin has appeared on national TV including ABC’s “Good Morning America” to talk about celebrity nipping and tucking, though she’s been mum on reports about her own A-list clientele.