The New York Observer
Date: 2011-01-06
Author: Unavailable

Article Mentions
Mentioned, Bruce Wasserstein
Mentioned, Robert A.M. Stern
Mentioned, William Lie Zeckendorf
We've been obsessing over William Lie Zeckendorf's former penthouse for a while now. After all, how could he leave the trophy building, 15 Central Park West, that he built with his brother and Robert A.M. Stern? Well, when presented with a record-setting price and the tantalizing prospect of Bruce Wasserstein's pad, why not? Part of the mystery surrounding the sale was who the buyer might be, and it's a surprising one. It's not your run-of-the-mill......(read more)
... We've been obsessing over William Lie Zeckendorf's former penthouse for a while now. After all, how could he leave the trophy building, 15 Central Park West, that he built with his brother and Robert A.M. Stern? Well, when presented with a record-set ...
... pad, why not? Part of the mystery surrounding the sale was who the buyer might be, and it's a surprising one. It's not your run-of-the-mill... ...


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