Former EMI chairman and CEO Alain Levy was apparently eager to make his 18th floor condo at the Plaza a thing of the past. He sold the one-bedroom for almost the same amount he paid for it back in 2008—handing it off for a mere $6.3 million, according to city records.
It was, apparently, time to move on. And Mr. Levy, no stranger to the winds of change, did not cling to his one-bedroom, 1.5-bath condo with its original marble mosaic patterned floors. That would be like clutching a case of CDs—or worse yet, cassette tapes—to one’s chest and pretending that the future was not here.
The former chairman and chief executive of EMI Records, Alain Levy, has paid $6.2 million for an 18th-floor condo at the Plaza, according to city records. Mr. Levy left EMI a little over a year ago after the record label issued a profit warning to shareholders forecasting a 6 to 10 percent decline in revenue Read More
It was lunch time at Nice Matin on Amsterdam Avenue-a little slice of Great Neck plopped down on the Upper West Side, with pairs of middle-aged women comparing notes on their blow-outs while stay-at-home moms in Theory trousers walk toddlers in fancy sweaters up and down the aisles-and Davitt Sigerson was explaining why Trish, a Read More