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Leonard Stern

Chairman and CEO
Hartz Group
667 Madison Avenue, Suite 24
New York, NY 10017
(212) 308-3336
Website

Leonard Stern is the chairman and CEO of the privately owned Hartz Group.

The former head of a pet-supplies company he inherited in 1959, Stern made his first foray into real estate in the late 1960s, when he bought a huge portion of the then-undeveloped Meadowlands in New Jersey for $10 million. The investment paid off more than twenty-fold.

From there he entered the media business, purchasing the Village Voice in 1986 and a few other alternative weeklies before selling them all in 2000 and focusing on real estate.

The Hartz Group's signature properties include 667 Madison Avenue, the Soho Grand and the Tribeca Grand.

Stern donated tens of millions to New York University in the late 1980s and early 1990s, and the university's business school is named after him.

  • Event Office Leasing
  • Address 667 Madison Avenue
  • Neighborhood Lenox Hill
  • Borough Manhattan
  • Square feet 10,000
  • Publication Date 01/01/2004
  • Event Date 11/22/2003
  • Party 1 Leonard Stern
  • Party 2 Sciens Capital Partners
  • Party 2 Brokerage USI Real Estate Brokerage Services
  • Party 2 Broker Robert Emden
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Company moves from 767 Fifth Ave.
Manhattan, 10021
LEONARD STERN
925 Fifth Avenue is a 9,145 square foot property built in 1901 in...

04/01/2017
But Weiss â€' who was also tapped last year by billionaire Leonard Stern to serve as the agent on 667 Madison Avenue, one of Manhattan’s priciest boutique buildings â€' said he expects 2017 to be a far better year for him, with the transition of moving firms behind him...

04/01/2016
While many of NYC’s billionaires made their fortunes in finance and media, 11 of them built â€' or inherited â€' real estate empires, including Stephen Ross, Richard LeFrak, Donald Trump, Jerry Speyer, Leonard Stern, Sheldon Solow, John Catsimatidis, Jeff Sutton, Mortimer Zuckerman, David Walentas, Alexander Rovt and Leon Charney (who died last month)...