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There are renovations, and then there’s 45 East 74th Street.
Originally built in 1879, the Upper East Side townhouse was tragically disfigured in the 1950s by a renovation that removed its stoop, stripped it of its cornice, clad it in boring red brick and punched holes in its lackluster façade for air conditioning units. But after an extensive mutli-million dollar renovation, the property—now a stark, white, limestone-faced structure that makes its prewar neighbors look frumpy in comparison—is asking $30 million.
Our daily roundup of the most notable high-end residential transactions from the past 24 hours.
–Randal A. Nardone, co-founder and COO of Fortress Investment Group, and his wife, Melani, sold their apartment at the Heritage at Trump Place at 240 Riverside Boulevard for $9 million to Sylvain Mirochnikoff and his wife, Xena Warrior Princess Read More
Condos on Far West Side
Await Stadium Boom
Pitcairn Properties, the Jenkintown, Penn.–based developer, has plans to build a pair of seven-story residential condos totaling 20,000 square feet at 505-513 West 47th Street, on the corner of 11th Avenue.
But before they can break ground on the project, the company has to get Read More