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Exec lists condo for $26.3M

Submitted by on 8 September, 2010 – 2:55 pm

A 49th floor apartment in the Bristol Plaza 200 East 65th Street just hit the market for $ 26,250,000. According to city records, the apartment is owned by Eric Hadar, a real estate investor who recently completed a stint in rehab after an arrest on charges of drug possession.

Hadar is the CEO of New York City Real Estate Partners allies, a major player in Terra holdings, parent company of Brown Harris Stevens and Halstead Property.

The 11-room apartment is listed by the mother of Hadar, Brown Harris Stevens broker Margery Hadar, and BHS colleague Brenda Powers. Margery declined to comment, but according to the list, the 6,000 square meters, four-bedroom house recently underwent a $ 12 million renovation, and has a movie theater and a saltwater aquarium that separates the dining room living room.

200 East 65th StreetHadar formed an alliance partner in 1993, reportedly with $ 500,000 in seed money from his father, billionaire Richard Hadar. The younger Hadar made his mark in the real estate industry in 2001 scraped together 725 million U.S. dollars to buy the Citigroup Center on Lexington Avenue.

But in recent years has fallen on hard times. In October 2008, was arrested after the Yonkers police found three ounces of cocaine and more than 1,000 Valium, Xanax and Oxycontin pills in his car, according to an indictment on 17 counts.

After the arrest, Eric, who could not be reached for comment, did not serve in prison, but was forced to enter a drug treatment program, while his father manages the affairs of the alliance partners. But the two quickly became embroiled in a legal fight for control of the company. In February 2009, Richard filed a lawsuit against his son, alleging among other things that Eric used “resources to the alliance partners to manage their personal interests.” Specifically, the suit said, “Allies staff members have participated extensively in … the two-year renovation of an apartment owned by Eric at 200 East 65 Street,” as well as renovate your home in Bedford Hills, New York. A lawyer for Richard Hadar, Michael Rosenbaum, told The Real Deal that the case was settled out of court.

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730 Park Avenue
Louise Beit of Sotheby’s International Realty vice president who is best known for selling a home to Madonna last year, has included a 10-room penthouse at 730 Park Avenue for $ 14.9 million. The duplex, on floors 17 and 18, has five roof gardens, or six if you count the one outside room window of the maid, Beit said.

“It’s probably one of the largest apartments, architecturally, at Park Avenue at this time,” said Beit, who refused to identify the owner of the house. Neighbors include socialite Isabel Lindemann, who paid $ 10.5 million home on the ninth floor in 2006, and Karen Lauder, former wife of Estée Lauder, CEO William Lauder, who bought a flat floor 19 of her former husband in June for $ 15 million.

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Step by step to the terrace on the famous stylist John Barrett West Village apartment feels like bumping into an oasis of greenery hidden.

The terrace of 500 square feet – built from a durable Brazilian wood called ipe – is planted with bamboo trees, so it stays green even in winter.

“Bamboo completely fills the place,” said Barrett, who designed the terrace with the help of landscape architect James Johnson. “I really do not think you’re in New York at all.”

So far I had to be invited to a fabulous dinner party for Barrett to experience this lush outdoor space. But the apartment of 1,600 square feet at 65 West 13 th Street – which has appeared in Elle Décor – is now for rent with Ric Swezey Corcoran Group. The two bathrooms, one bedroom house is available fully furnished for $ 15,000 per month.

room of the same name Barrett at Bergdorf Goodman is frequented by celebrities like Julia Styles and Sophie Dahl, and was the inspiration for the book “Bergdorf Blondes.” When Barrett was born in Ireland moved to the Western Villa five years ago, I wanted a place where he could entertain his brilliant social circle, from intimate dinner parties of 100 or more.

“Entertaining is a crucial part of my life, so I had to have an apartment that would be comfortable if there are only two or 30 for dinner,” he said.

One benefit of the terrace is lavishly decorated, “I can have a table of 12 exterior, and a table of 12 on the inside for dinner,” he said. “On a beautiful afternoon, it’s unbelievable.”

Another unique feature is the bathroom with 12-foot ceilings and a speaker system that pipes music through the glass shower steam. A sliding panel that connects the guest bathroom and master bathroom.

“In many of New York [apartments] to enter the guest bathroom just sits gathering dust,” he said. “I thought, ‘Well, that’s a bit silly.” I wanted a chance to open, so it has a huge bathroom or two bathrooms very important individual. ”

Barrett decoration of the apartment with photos and paintings collected over the years, many of them gifts from friends.

65 West 13th Street “Everything in the wall has a personal connection,” he said. For example, it has been framed sketches of the Tony Award-winning set of “The Pillowman” designed by his friend Scott Pask. Pask also designed the set of “Les Liaisons Dangereuses” for the Roundabout Theatre Company, and when Barrett went to see the play, who fell for the lamp used on stage. “When I was watching the show, I thought, my God, the spider is the most beautiful thing I’ve ever seen,” he said. “I told [Pask] then please, I can buy? So the producers called me and we agreed.”

Today, the chandelier hangs above the dining table.

The grand piano in the apartment also has a story that was once the tavern-restaurant, now closed iconic green. (Jones is a close friendship with the former owners, the LeRoy family.)

So why is leaving the space is decorated with such care? Barrett said he has to relocate temporarily, but is reluctant to leave the space forever, so the rent. “I will not let go of this apartment,” he said.

The apartment is available unfurnished, but Barrett hopes that whoever rents it will appreciate the decor as much as him.

“I think anyone who takes one would notice that they are something special,” he said.

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