Harry Macklowe’s brother Lloyd has sold his Fifth Avenue co-op for $5M

Co-op is in the building at 900 Fifth Avenue

TRD New York /
Jul.July 15, 2019 12:00 PM
Lloyd and Barbara Macklowe and 900 Fifth Avenue (Credit: Getty Images and Google Maps)

Lloyd and Barbara Macklowe and 900 Fifth Avenue (Credit: Getty Images and Google Maps)

Art world power couple Lloyd and Barbara Macklowe have sold their Fifth Avenue co-op, according to property records.

The brother of Harry Macklowe and his wife sold their unit at 900 Fifth Avenue for $5.35 million. The unit contained one of the top collections of French art nouveau furniture and Tiffany lamps, according to a 2015 Wall Street Journal piece on the home. It spans 2,580 square feet and contains three bedrooms.

Harry Macklowe and his ex-wife Linda recently went through a messy and high-profile divorce, after which he married new wife Patricia Landeau. The developer is planning a Midtown office tower between East 51st and East 52nd Streets standing more than 1,500 feet tall.

Lloyd and Barbara’s son Benjamin and his wife now run the family antiques business, Macklowe Gallery, which is located at 57th Street and Park Avenue.


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