Residents of Sheffield57, perhaps the most ill-starred condo conversion in recent history, are “euphoric” that developer Kent Swig and his junior partners on Thursday formally lost control of the project they began four years ago.
“We’re going to have a number of celebrations,” said Larry Wagner, a condo owner and former Nomura CFO. That series Read More
Recently, Isabel Rose—writer, singer, actress, all-around extrovert—bought a copy of Dynasties: Fortunes and Misfortunes of the World’s Great Family Businesses, a book by David Landes, to do a little research for a forthcoming work of fiction. “Dynastic situations are about shared wealth, and I’m very interested in ruptures in families, those kind of cataclysmic breaks Read More
Last spring, Kevin Haggarty got a phone call from a priest. Like any good Irishman, he took it.
The voice on the line belonged to the Reverend Monsignor Eugene Clark, the pastor of the Church of St. Agnes, on East 43rd Street near Grand Central Terminal. Mr. Haggarty is an executive managing director at the Read More