Music lovers around the world may never forgive Diana Meltzer for foisting Christian rock band Creed on them, but the ex-model laughed all the way to the bank after signing the multi-platinum band. Now, she’s triumphed again, having just unloaded her late ex-husband’s duplex penthouse at 944 Park Avenue for a cool $8.15 million, according to city records.
We can see that Ms. Meltzer wasn’t just putting on a brave face when she commented on the news that her ex-husband of thirteen years, Alan Meltzer, left $1.5 million to his doorman and chauffeur. “I’m doing fine. I could care less!” she told the New York Post. “If he wants to give it to the bums, he can give it to the bums,” she continued, with all the poise of a trashed teenager at a Drowning Pool show, a metal band she signed when she was an A&R exec at Wind-up Records, her ex’s label. “He could fuck a nun. I couldn’t give a shit. He can give his money to whoever he wants. We’re divorced. The man is dead.”
For Manhattan’s luxury townhouse watchers, a deal bigger than $45 million is big news, trumping the record-breaking $40 million sale of the Duke Semans mansion.
So it’s no surprise that on May 24, Upper East Side brokers were scratching their heads when city records indicated that the Guccione Mansion had just been sold for a Read More
Apparently, once you purchase a $27 million penthouse, completing a massive renovation loses its luster.
Early this year, Alan Meltzer (at left in picture), co-founder and chief executive of
Instead of re-listing the entire apartment as a triplex, Mr. Meltzer put the raw space at 944 Park Avenue on the market with a $7.9 Read More
Ann Curry, the morning news anchor on NBC’s Today , will be leaving her Gramercy Park apartment for the tranquillity of the Upper West Side.
Ms. Curry and her husband, software executive Brian Wilson, recently bought a $2.9 million townhouse on a tree-lined block and soon will be moving into the 6,000-square-foot spread with Read More