A couple has listed their gutted townhouse at 117-119 East 69th Street for $32 million, just three years after buying the property for $12.4 million, from Muppets creator Jim Henson. The owner, Brian Brille, global head of investment banking for Bank of America, claims the markup is justified by the amount of work that went into cleaning up the building. A stop-work order exists on the townhouse.
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