Developer Arthur Zeckendorf to wed Anne Detwiler

Detwiler is granddaughter of longtime boss of Archers Daniels Midland

TRD New York /
Mar.March 17, 2014 01:38 PM

Arthur Zeckendorf, the co-developer of tony 15 Central Park West, is engaged to marry Anne Detwiler, the granddaughter of corporate titan Dwayne Andreas.

Zeckendorf, a co-principal of Zeckendorf Realty with his brother William Lie and a co-owner of Terra Holdings, the parent company of Halstead Property and Brown Harris Stevens, recently proposed to Detwiler, a representative told the New York Post.

Detwiler, formerly an analyst in the government advisory department at investment bank Lazard Freres and a graduate of Columbia’s business program, was once married to William Franklin Detwiler, a managing director and co-head of investment banking firm FBR, according to previous reports. Her granddfather is an influential political donor and former chairman of Archer Daniels Midland, the Illinois-based agribusiness giant.

The announcement comes a month after Zeckendorf’s father, real estate pioneer William Zeckendorf Jr., passed away at 84 years old. [NYP]Angela Hunt

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