PR exec Levoff picks up $3.7M Upper East Side pad

New York /
Jul.July 16, 2013 05:30 PM

Michael Levoff, public relations professional and current vice president for public affairs at the Partnership for New York, has purchased a condominium at the Touraine, a new Toll Brothers development on the Upper East Side for $3.73 million, the New York Observer reported.

The fifth-floor three-bedroom, three-bath condo at 132 East 65th Street at Lexington Avenue is spread over 1,853 square feet and comes with building amenities such as a recreation facility, gym, roof deck and concierge.

Levoff, who is the son of actress Elaine Joyce and Neil Simon’s stepson, has popped up on New York City deeds before, but this is the first time he has appeared without his mother, according to the Observer. His previous properties include a $1.9 million two-bedroom at the Chelsea Stratus bought in 2008 and sold last year for $2.15 million, and another at the Platinum, bought for just under $1.8 million in 2008 and sold earlier this year for a $70,000 profit. [NYO]Julie Strickland


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