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Putting on Heirs: Bronfman Ex Drops UWS Townhouse for $10M

Well, all sorts of fancy types seem to be involved with the sale for $10 million of the six-bedroom townhouse at 121 West 81st Street recorded today in city records. As the Times had it in the spring, when the house went on the market asking $12 million, the seller was Lisa Belzberg, the founder of Pencil, an equity-in-education nonprofit—and the former wife of Seagram heir Matthew Bronfman. And indeed the Lisa Belzberg 2003 Residence Trust appears on the deed, along with trustees Andrew Farkas, chairman and CEO of the Island Capital Group, a real estate merchant banking firm, and Merryl Tisch—chancellor of the New York State Board of Regents and wife to Loews heir James Tisch.

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