Home sales around town

February 04, 2008 04:46PM


Lawyer buys condo at 823 Park Ave. for $13 million

Jay Eisenhofer, founder and managing partner of the law firm Grant & Eisenhofer, purchased a condo at 823 Park Avenue for $13.86 million, according to public records. Eisenhofer was lead counsel in the shareholders class action lawsuits that lead to the $300 million settlement from DaimlerChrysler and the $425 million settlements from Global Crossing. In December, New York Rangers star Brendan Shanahan closed on a condo at 823 Park Avenue for $13.44 million.


GlenRock founder sells UES townhouse for $9.5 million

Lawrence G. Graev, founder of GlenRock, a private equity investment and advisory firm, sold a five-story townhouse in the Upper East Side’s Treadwell Historic District for $9.5 million, according to public records. Built in 1873, the restored six-bedroom townhouse at 232 East 61st Street has Georgian wrought iron gates, seven fireplaces, a third-floor balcony, a fourth-floor terrace and a garden. The 5,720-square foot property originally listed on Streeteasy.com for $11.5 million in February, 2006. The buyer’s name was not listed on the deed.

Former deputy mayor sells at 25 CPW for $12 million


Barbara Joleson Fife, who served as a deputy mayor for policy and planning under Mayor David Dinkins, sold a condo at 25 Central Park West for $12 million. Known as the Century, the twin-towered 32-story Art Deco building was built in 1931. The buyers were Stephen J. Eichenberger, who worked in Europe as head of leveraged finance capital markets for JP Morgan, and his wife Lynn. Fife is a housing advocate and a Settlement Housing Fund board member.