Edgar Bronfman Jr. has sold his 11-room duplex at 1040 Fifth Avenue for $21 million.
My colleague Max Abelson reported in June that the Warner Music chairman and liquor heir had gone to contract for between $20 million and $21 million. That was below the asking price of $24 million but above Read More
In April, when Leslie and Brian Brille, the global head of investment banking for Bank of America, put their East 69th Street mansion on the market for $32 million, only three years after they bought it from Jim Henson’s estate for $12.4 million, this reporter wondered about fickleness.
“He decided,” broker Read More
The colossal Manhattan real estate story of Edgar Bronfman Jr., Seagram liquor grandson and Warner Music Group CEO, has finally taken a comparatively imperfect turn. Eight months after he sold his East 64th Street townhouse to a Russian oil billionaire for $50 million, even though he paid $4,375,000 for the property in 1994, his 11-room Read More
Russian-born and Harvard-educated finance billionaire Leonard Blavatnik has signed a letter of intent to buy a $150 million apartment on East 77th Street, The New York Post is reporting this morning.
"The price would be twice as large as the previous record listing in New York City, and nearly $50 million more than last year’s Read More
It’s official: Oil tycoon Len Blavatnik has paid exactly $50 million for his friend Edgar Bronfman Jr.’s townhouse at 15 East 64th Street, the second biggest New York townhouse deal ever.
The sales deed was filed in city records this morning, the day after iconic uptown broker Linda Stein was found murdered in her Read More