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  • From left: Derek Jeter and interior shots of his penthouse apartment

    Baseball shortstop Derek Jeter has sold his 88th floor penthouse apartment inside the Trump World Tower at 845 United Nations Plaza for $15.5 million, according to city records filed today. The deed shows the date of sale as September 25 to an entity named SARA RS LLC.

    The Department of State links the LLC to a Silvio Luiz Reichert. Sonia Col, who is listed as the buyer’s attorney in the deed, did not immediately return a call seeking comment on the purchaser and his professional work. [more]

  • Derek Jeter and his Trump Tower penthouse

    Derek Jeter has relisted his 88th floor penthouse in the Trump World Tower at UN Plaza, with a $2 million discount. The New York Post reported the Yankee captain is putting his 5,425-square-foot apartment, at 845 United Nations Plaza, on the market for $17.95 million with Carrie Chiang, a senior vice president with the Corcoran Group. [more]


  • From left: Steven Kantor of Cantor Fitzgerald, the interior of unit 82 at Trump World Tower and the exterior of the builidng

    Steven Kantor, executive managing director of global financial services firm Cantor Fitzgerald, may be trading up at Trump World Tower at 845 United Nations Plaza. The executive appears to have purchased a 2,476-square-foot condominium unit at the tower for $5 million, according to public records filed with the city last week, just a few months after he listed another unit at the building.

    Kantor’s new unit, #82, was initially listed with the Corcoran Group’s Robb Saar in July for $5.35 million, according to data from and went into contract at the end of October. The three-bedroom unit is larger than Kantor and wife Mindy’s current two-bedroom apartment in the building, #75D.  … [more]

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  • Clockwise from left: An aerial view of Four Freedoms Park, an interior view, a view from the East River and Kathy Sloane, senior vice president of Brown Harris Stevens

    Top co-op expert Kathy Sloane, a senior vice president and managing director at Brown Harris Stevens, has high hopes for Roosevelt Island’s Franklin D. Roosevelt Four Freedoms Park. Sloane, who sits on the board of the group spearheading the $53.4 million project, claims it will increase property values for the cluster of buildings across the East River, including Trump World Tower and One Beekman Place. The 4.5-acre site, which juts into the water like a ship’s prow just north of United Nations Plaza, will incorporate a lawn and a granite “room” inscribed with the “four freedoms” Franklin D. Roosevelt advocated in his 1941 State of the Union speech: freedom of speech, freedom of worship, freedom from want and freedom from fear. The project is 36 years in the making, stalled by a lack of financing and the 1974 death of its designer, the noted American architect Louis I. Kahn, among other things. … [more]

  • Afghanistan purchases two East Side units

    September 11, 2009 01:31PM

    The government of Afghanistan has purchased two multi-million dollar Upper East Side spaces for its ambassadorial branch, the Permanent Mission of Afghanistan to the United Nations, according to two deeds filed today. The first, a 2,840-square-foot apartment in the Trump World Tower at 845 United Nations Plaza, sits on the corner of 47th Street and sold for $4.235 million. The unit will serve as a residence for H.E. Zahir Tanin, Afghanistan’s permanent representative to the United Nations, according to a statement from Tanin’s assistant. The assistant added that the second unit purchased, a $5.4 million commercial space at 633 Third Avenue on the corner of 41st Street, will be used as office space for the consulate and the mission.