The Real Deal New York

Eastdil’s Harmon buys at Superior Ink

By Adam Pincus | March 08, 2010 02:01PM

One of the city’s top brokers and a senior managing director at real estate banking firm Eastdil Secured, Douglas Harmon, bought an apartment at the Related Companies’ Superior Ink development in the West Village for $6.95 million.

Harmon has brokered some of highest-profile transactions in New York City, including the Apthorp apartment building on the Upper West Side for $426 million in 2007, and 1211 Sixth Avenue for $1.5 billion in 2006.

Harmon went into contract on the purchase of the three-bedroom unit at 400 West 12th Street in November 2007, and closed March 3, city property records published today show.

A call to a spokesperson for Eastdil was not immediately returned.

Also in the Superior Ink, the Broadway-producer son of Vornado Realty Trust’s chairman Steven Roth, Jordan Roth, bought a $13.1 million apartment in Superior Ink, the Observer reported last month.

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