Clementina “Tina” Santi Flaherty won’t be leaving the penthouse after all at 1040 Fifth Avenue, the fabled limestone building that Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis also called home.
Business trailblazer, socialite, author and self-declared “powerchick,” Ms. Flaherty is keeping the duplex penthouse that she and her ex-husband William Flaherty, a zinc magnate, purchased in happier times. She is paying $13 million for the privilege of staying, according to city records.
Highbridge Capital Management co-founder and chief executive, Glenn Dubin, doesn’t stray far from his comfort zone, at least, not when residential real estate is concerned. The hedge funder and former Robin Hood Foundation chairman, who grew up in Washington Heights, upgraded from his 1010 Fifth Avenue duplex to Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis’ former 1040 Fifth Avenue Read More
Edgar Bronfman Jr. has sold his 11-room duplex at 1040 Fifth Avenue for $21 million.
My colleague Max Abelson reported in June that the Warner Music chairman and liquor heir had gone to contract for between $20 million and $21 million. That was below the asking price of $24 million but above Read More
Two days ago, The Observer reported that zinc magnate Bill Flaherty and his southern belle wife, Tina Santi Flaherty, would be putting their duplex penthouse on the market, on account of an intricate Palm Beach divorce. "Since last April," I wrote, "their court docket has gone up to 837 items; over a dozen involve the Read More