Just over one year ago, Westchester’s very own corrugated-cardboard magnate, Dennis Mehiel, put his 10,350-square-foot duplex condominium at the Carhart Mansion on the market with mega-broker Dolly Lenz for $35 million, even though he and his wife had bought the place in September 2005 for $15.5 million, way less than half that. Read More
Last August, cardboard magnate Dennis Mehiel put his 10,350-square-foot duplex at East 95th Street’s Carhart Mansion on the market with the almighty Dolly Lenz for $35 million, even though he’d paid less than half that sum only three years earlier.
The listing didn’t last long.
It came off the market in October, resurfacing in late Read More
Westchester corrugated-cardboard magnate Dennis Mehiel tasted the sorrowful, sour lows of Manhattan high-end real estate in September 2002, back when he was the running mate to H. Carl McCall, the Democratic nominee for New York governor.
“What does it take to get the Democratic nomination for lieutenant governor?” asked a front-page article in the Read More
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is coming to New York on June 3 for a fund-raiser at the suburban home of Dennis Mehiel, according to a Democratic source.
Mehiel, a successful businessman from Westchester, has been a major source of Democratic money in the state for years.
He also ran for lieutenant Read More
That Shelly Silver and his long memory.
He welcomed Mike to the fight for city education money today with a letter, Capitol Confidential reports, that included this line:
“While we are certainly pleased that Mayor Bloomberg has decided to join us as an ally in our fight, it is hard to understand Read More
The Politicker is told that Dennis Mehiel, the Westchester business man who was Carl McCall’s running mate in 2002, is taking another shot at Lieutenant Governor.
I wasn’t able immediately to reach Mehiel, but ran the story past his friend, the supermarket magnate John Catsimatidis, who confirmed it.
“He’s got money in the bank, he’s Read More
Since Oct. 20, interior-design aficionados (and nosy neighbors) have been plunking down $25 to get a rare peek inside the 12,400-square-foot limestone mansion at 9 East 67th Street to see what they’ve done with the place.
“They” are the designers invited by the American Hospital of Paris Foundation to decorate 21 of the house’s rooms Read More