Gore’s daughter sells UES co-op for $6M

Jul.July 21, 2008 06:15 PM

Al Gore’s eldest daughter Karenna Gore Schiff and her husband sold an Upper East Side co-op apartment for $6.35 million to a top executive at the beauty company Estee Lauder.

Gore Schiff, a writer and attorney, and her husband Andrew Schiff, a biotech venture capitalist with Aisling Capital, sold the unit at 137 East 66th Street to Fabrizio Freda, Estee Lauder’s chief operating officer, according to property records published today.

The four-bedroom, 4,000-square-foot apartment in Lennox Hill was listed on StreetEasy.com for $6.99 million.

The apartment also includes two separate maids rooms, which were being used as a gym and guest room, the listing said.

Gore Schiff is the author of “Lighting the Way: Nine Women Who
Changed Modern America.” She formerly served as director of community affairs for the Association to Benefit Children.

Gore Schiff introduced her father both when he launched his presidential campaign and when he received the Democratic nomination in 2000. She worked on youth outreach during the campaign.


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