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  • From left: Rendering of a kitchen at 737 Park Avenue, formal dining room at 155 East 79th Street and kitchen at 69 East 86th Street

    From left: Kitchen at 737 Park Avenue, dining room at 155 East 79th Street and kitchen at 69 East 86th Street

    Open kitchens and dining areas have lately featured prominently among New York City’s poshest apartments. But that is changing as an increasing number of home seekers look for separate kitchens and formal dining rooms, prewar design concepts that are newly en vogue. [more]

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    From left: Richard Plepler, Adrian Gore and 737 Park Avenue

    Richard Plepler, CEO of HBO, signed a lease to rent a 2,915-square-foot condominium at Macklowe Properties’ 737 Park Avenue for $40,000 a month. The unit belongs to South African multimillionaire Adrian Gore, who picked it up for $11.45 million, The Real Deal reported in January. [more]

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  • Harry Macklowe and 737 Park Avenue

    Lawyers for Harry Macklowe are scheduled on March 11 to go up against a Manhattan-based plastic surgeon in what may be the final chapter of a legal dispute involving 737 Park Avenue, the billionaire legal developer’s controversial new condo conversion.

    Macklowe’s lawyers are set to face off in court against Dr. Robert Jetter, who is facing eviction from 737 Park after he took Macklowe to court in 2012 for allegedly damaging his medical offices amid major renovations at the luxury residential tower. [more]

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  • From left: Corcoran CEO Pamela Liebman, 737 Park Avenue and Harry Macklowe

    From left: Corcoran’s Pamela Liebman, 737 Park Avenue and Harry Macklowe

    The Corcoran Group has been brought online as the sales agent for Harry Mackowe’s condominium coversion building at 737 Park Avenue. [more]

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    Harry Macklowe and 737 Park Avenue

    Developer Harry Macklowe is dragging Arlene Katz, a tenant at 737 Park Avenue, into court to force her to allow contractors to upgrade her apartment. Katz is a member of the family that previously owned the luxury condo conversion building.

    The developer, in a suit filed Jan. 14 in Manhattan Supreme Court, claims that Katz, a tenant in a 19th-floor apartment, has refused to let the landlord replace windows and risers, despite a pledge to put her up at a hotel and protect her against a rent hike. [more]

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    Adrian Gore and 737 Park Avenue

    South African multimillionaire Adrian Gore, founder of global health insurance provider Discovery Limited, picked up a new condominium at Macklowe Properties’ 737 Park Avenue for $11.45 million, according to property records filed with the city today. [more]

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  • From left: 737 Park Avenue, a penthouse bathroom in 737 Park and 150 East 72nd Street

    From left: 737 Park Avenue, a penthouse bathroom in 737 Park and 150 East 72nd Street

    WEEKENDEDITION The latest luxury living trend is in a place your guests may never see: the master suite bathroom. More than ever, luxury bathrooms, especially the his-and-her variety, are what’s selling high-end homes. [more]

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  • From left: Harry Macklowe and 737 Park Avenue

    From left: Harry Macklowe and 737 Park Avenue

    The New York State Attorney General’s office has declared the offering plan at Harry Macklowe’s 737 Park Avenue effective. [more]

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  • From left: Carol Cohen and 737 Park Avenue

    From left: Carol Cohen and 737 Park Avenue

    Carol Cohen, the former Corcoran Group broker fired when her landlord sued her — unsuccessfully — for allegedly hiding income to hang on to her rent-stabilized home at 737 Park Avenue, has made few sales since joining Brown Harris Stevens. [more]

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  • Harry Macklowe and 737 Park Avenue

    Harry Macklowe and 737 Park Avenue

    Harry Macklowe has been ordered by a judge to restore essential services at 737 Park Avenue for a Holocaust survivor who is a longtime resident of the controversial building, the New York Post reported.

    John Holzer, who has lived in the building at East 71st Street since 1980, claimed in a lawsuit in Housing Court that he had been without gas since January, according to the Post. The management of the building had also subjected him to “harassment,” he said, including intermittent shutdowns of electricity and holes punched in his walls. [more]

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    From left: Donna Olshan, 12 East 88th Street and Rosario Candela

    The longtime owners of a prewar rental building in Carnegie Hill have put the 13-story structure on the market. With the current high demand for luxury residential condominiums, it will likely sell for more than $120 million, insiders said.  [more]

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    Harry Macklowe, 737 Park Avenue

    Macklowe Properties has fired back at a prominent plastic surgeon who sued to limit construction at its 737 Park Avenue condominium conversion with a $1.9 million lawsuit to evict him. [more]

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    737 Park Avenue lobby (Credit: StreetEasy)

    Sales no longer in sight for 50-story condo tower One Madison Park. “E.T.” screenwriter lists Zen-inspired Malibu home for nearly $10 million. Model units ready at 737 Park Avenue condo conversion. Former Ackman-Ziff Real Estate principal joins CBRE as senior debt specialist. The first of the upcoming Pearl Street townhouses in Dumbo asks $4.1 million. Read these stories and more after the jump.

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  • Macklowe launches sales at 737 Park

    April 25, 2013 02:00PM

    An interior shot of 737 Park Avenue

    Macklowe Properties’ 737 Park Avenue condominium conversion officially launched sales today, with the opening of two model units, according to BuzzBuzzHome. [more]

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  • 737 Park Avenue

    As the luxury market makes a strong comeback, developers who own older buildings on the Upper East Side are pushing to convert them into high-end condominiums, the Wall Street Journal reported.

    “The demand is extremely strong particularly for larger apartments,” Richard Wallgren, who is overseeing sales at Harry Macklowe’s 737 Park Avenue conversion, told the Journal. More than 30 percent of the 19-story building at East 71st Street was in contract, just four months after sales launched, Wallgren added. 737 Park Avenue was built in 1940. [more]

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  • Harry Macklowe, Elizabeth Murray and 737 Park Avenue

    Since Macklowe Properties and CIM Group purchased 737 Park Avenue from the Katz family two years ago, and began converting the rent-stabilized apartment building to condominiums, they have tangled with several tenants in court. But now, the developers claim that the seller’s apparent lack of disclosure is to blame for the litigation and the corresponding construction delays. [more]

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  • From left: Harry Macklowe, 737 Park Avenue and Elizabeth Murray

    The developers of 737 Park Avenue, a new condo conversion project led by real estate mogul Harry Macklowe, are ending a legal fight with a tenant who they claimed was illegally running a bed and breakfast out of her apartment, The Real Deal has learned. [more]

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  • 737 Park Avenue, which is being converted into luxury condos by Macklowe Properties

    New York City developers made a madcap dash to secure property sites in 2012, and with prices continually inching upwards, had little option but to build luxury condos, thus leaving renters and those needing affordable housing out in the cold, the New York Times reported.  [more]

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  • 737 Park Avenue

    A resident of 737 Park Avenue is facing accusations that she ran an illegal bed and breakfast out of her rent-controlled duplex in the white-glove building, according to court papers spotted by the New York Daily News. The building’s landlord, 737 Park Avenue Acquisition, filed papers in New York State Supreme Court, alleging that Elizabeth Murray has rented “portions of the apartment to transient, short-term occupants for a fee, thereby operating a bed and breakfast from the apartment.” … [more]

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  • Carol Cohen and 737 Park Avenue

    Brown Harris Stevens broker Carol Cohen, formerly of the Corcoran Group, has triumphed against her landlord in the second round of a legal battle over her rent-stabilized apartment, The Real Deal has learned, bringing an end to the two-year dispute.

    The New York State Supreme Court Appellate Division ruled today that there was no evidence to substantiate landlord Katz 737′s long-held assertion that Cohen and husband, Lester, had lied about their income on state forms in order to prevent a rent increase at their apartment at 737 Park Avenue. [more]

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