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Jeffrey Kenner, Wife Pay $7.6M for 920 Fifth Ave Co-op

Jeffrey L. Kenner, the founder and CEO of leveraged buyout firm Kenner & Company, and his wife Hyunja Kenner just paid $7.6 million for an 8-room 2 bedroom, 3½ bathroom apartment at 920 Fifth Avenue.

The co-op sold for $1.175 million less than the apartment’s original $8,775,000 list price when it first came on the market in April 2010.

The sellers were Benjamin and Susan Winter, who traded up to a $12 million co-op apartment at 765 Park Avenue earlier this year.
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November 28, 2010   No Comments

Steven and Michelle Manolis Sell 755 Park Ave Co-op Apartment for $5.8M

Merchant bankers Steven Manolis and Michelle Manolis sold their 755 Park Avenue co-op apartment for $5.8 million to renowned composer and instrumentalist Lucia Hwong Gordon and her husband Peter Gordon, according to New York City public records.


Steven Manolis has decades of real estate finance experience, and Michelle Manolis has decades of investment experience, including with commercial paper. The husband and wife run Manolis & Company, LLC, a boutique real estate brokerage, investment bank, and merchant bank.

The Upper East Side co-op is located on the northeast corner of 775 Park Avenue and East 72nd Street.

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This 12-story co-op is located near the Asia Society, convenient for Hwong-Gordon, as she chaired fundraising events for the organization.

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November 28, 2010   No Comments

Upper West Side Classic 6½ Sells for $1.695M

New York lawyer Robert C. Beers and Ashtanga Yoga practitioner Danicia Ambron sold their 2,000 sq. ft. co-op apartment at 600 West 111th Street for $1.695 million to voiceover specialist Wendell Craig and Nancy Good.


This Classic Six  co-op sold for $100,000 less than the original $1.795 asking price when it was listed by Laurie Selashky of Wohlfarth & Associates.  Monthly maintenance on the 2½ bath apartment is $2,140.

The in addition to 2 bedrooms and a maid’s room, the kitchen offers incredible light from the window facing West towards the Hudson River.

The maid’s room has a washer and dryer unit – an asset in an old co-op where Board restrictions can be prohibitive.

A few bonus touches: the building is pet friendly and has a common roof for use by all shareholders.  If Craig and  Good own a dog, they are just steps from Riverside Park and dog walks along the Hudson River.

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November 27, 2010   No Comments