The two-bedroom co-op apartment at 40 Fifth Avenue has many winning features: a wood burning fireplace, a 23-foot entrance gallery, an eat-in kitchen, high ceilings and herringbone floors.
Unfortunately, the most exceptional features of the home—the Surrealist paintings of former occupant Dorothea Tanning—were not included in the $5.1 million sale to Philip Munger, a New School professor and big-time Democratic donor.
Oh, to be in Florida this time of year, especially this year, avoiding this dastardly weather. Not only can Regina and Stephen Solomon rejoice that they are missing the record January snows but also that a fellow barrister has made it rain for them in a far more welcome way.
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Chipotle founder, chairman and chief executive Steven M. Ells is bringing the heat to Greenwich Village. The “gourmet” taco and burrito czar recently bought the $11 million penthouse at 40 Fifth Avenue. Mr. Ells bought the 10-room co-op in Greenwich Village from psychologist Edwin Fancher, a co-founder and part owner of the The Village Voice Read More