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Rainbow

2141 Second Avenue
New York, NY 10029
Residential, Sales, Condo
  • Address 2141 Second Avenue
  • neighborhood East Harlem
  • borough Manhattan
  • developer Emotion Enterprises
  • LIST/LAUNCH SALES 03/29/1990
  • AG Initial Price $ 1,080,000
  • Year Built 1910
  • ag file plans 01/03/1989
  • AG FILE Link
  • residential units 10
  • total units 10
  • square feet 8,120
  • const. status Building Complete
  • block and lot 1-01660-7501
  • BIN 1052465
Condominium Units+

12/28/2015
Clockwise from top left: 520 West 28th Street, the World Trade Center complex, 475 West 18th StreetAnd 303 East 44th Street Let’s face it -- Clockwise from top left: 520 West 28th Street, the World Trade Center complex, 475 West 18th StreetAnd 303 East 44th Street Let’s face it --...

08/01/2015
Today it has 1,300 U.S. stores and is a staple in urban retail hubs and suburban malls. In 2007, brothers Isaac, Elliot and Gabriel Chehebar used their family fortune and founded the Manhattan-based Jackson Group, which manages over $400 million in commercial real estate, according to its website. Ike Chehebar, Jackson’s president, owns two Deal properties: a vacant lot, and a roughly 3,200-square-foot home on Ocean Avenue, assessed at $2.7 million. And luckily for him, he doesn’t have to go far if he wants to meet up with his brothers for a swim. Elliot and Gabriel Chehebar each own a home there as well. Meanwhile, Jack Chehebar, who also works for Jackson, owns three more Deal properties, and Joseph Chehebar, the CEO of Rainbow, owns one more, plus another in Ocean Township just to the West...

10/01/2010
But there are other companies, such as Irving Langer’s little-known Rainbow Estates Group in Brooklyn and Savanna Partners in Midtown, which have also been on a tear, acquiring properties in Manhattan and the boroughs â€' often with little fanfare...
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