While Howard Socol, a mainstay on the New York City fashion scene and the former CEO of Barneys, may be taking a break from fashion’s big business, he’s made waves in the real estate world. Socol recently purchased a $2 million apartment at 771 West End Avenue, according to the Observer. The home, which was marketed by the Corcoran Group’s Susan Nierenberg, includes an eat-in kitchen and approximately four or five bedrooms. Socol’s daughter and son-in-law also appear on the deed.
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