Former Comptroller Alan Hevessi was brought down partly by pension placement agents, but Glen Sergeon Jr. is moving up, up, up thanks to his work as one. Mr. Sergeon has helped place millions of dollars in pension money from other states with Manhattan fund managers, a practice that got him dubbed the “Secret Agent” by Forbes magazine back in May.
Mr. Sergeon has just departed a Greenwich Village penthouse for a three-bedroom apartment in the condo tower 5th on the Park. According to city records, Mr. Sergeon paid $1.42 million for his new place on the 20th floor of the 28-story, FX Fowle-designed project. Completed in 2009 and located where Fifth Avenue meets the southern side of Marcus Garvey Park at 120th Street, 5th on the Park is the tallest apartment building in Harlem. Read More