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Aug.August 25, 2008 03:11 PM


Designer buys Village townhouse

Fashion designer Jeannene Booher sold her four-unit, 9,200-square-foot townhouse in the West Village for $12.67 million, a $3 million drop from its asking price in 2007.

The four-story building at 47 West 9th Street, which has a duplex on the basement and first floor and floor-though units for the second through fourth levels, was bought by 47 West 9th Street LLC, according to property records.

Booher was a partner with Manhattan-based clothing designer Maggie London International for 10 years, but is no longer with the company.

Former Adobe CEO buys at Lincoln Center

An upper-level condominium at 3 Lincoln Center sold for $4.25 million to Bruce Chizen, the former CEO of software developer Adobe Systems Incorporated.

The seller of the unit at 160 West 66th Street was Edward P. H. Burden, a grandson of the late William A. M. Burden Jr., who founded the investment firm William A. M. Burden and Company and served as president and chairman of the Museum of Modern Art.

Ad exec sells Tribeca townhouse

A Federal-style townhouse on a quiet, tree-lined Tribeca side street a block from the West Side Highway sold for $4.75 million.  The three-story, four-bedroom home at 39 Harrison Street was built in the 1830s, and listed last fall for $6.19 million.

The seller was Florence Buchanan, a vice president and senior creative director at the advertising agency BBDO, while the buyers were David and Jennifer Puritz, according to property records.


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