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  • As with the construction boom of the early 1970s, some of Manhattan's most notable office buildings were completed at this time, such as Zeckendorf's Worldwide Plaza in 1989, which secured Cravath Swaine & Moore LLP as its anchor tenant.

    The Op-Ed: Proof of Recovery

  • As with the construction boom of the early 1970s, some of Manhattan's most notable office buildings were completed at this time, such as Zeckendorf's Worldwide Plaza in 1989, which secured Cravath Swaine & Moore LLP as its anchor tenant.

    The Op-Ed: Proof of Recovery

  • The most expensive condo sale was the $40 million paid for a 41st-floor unit owned by William Lie Zeckendorf at 15 Central Park West.

    Manhattan Luxury Sales Climb Back, Slowly

  • Mr. Zeckendorf bought the Fifth Avenue apartment soon after he sold a penthouse for $40 million at 15 Central Park West, which he developed with his brother, Arthur.

    Apartments in Manhattan on Split Paths

  • It was purchased by William Lie Zeckendorf , who developed 15 Central Park West with his brother, Arthur.

    Manhattan Luxury Sales Climb Back, Slowly

  • Now Mr. Zeckendorf, who never moved in, has put the apartment back on the market asking $31.5 million.

    Apartments in Manhattan on Split Paths

  • The limestone building, which was designed by Robert A.M. Stern and developed by Arthur and William Lie Zeckendorf, was designed to echo the spacious apartment layout and traditional look of the grand prewar buildings that line Fifth Avenue and Central Park West but with up-to-date details.

    Weill Takes Step Toward 'Downsizing'

  • John Burger , a broker with Brown Harris Stevens, says that Mr. Zeckendorf decided to sell, because he decided that the five-bedroom apartment was too large for his needs.

    Apartments in Manhattan on Split Paths

  • Developer William Lie Zeckendorf sold his apartment at 15 Central Park West in December for $40 million, or nearly $10,000 a square foot, an all-time high on a square-foot basis.

    House Tops $47 Million on East Side

  • In December, William Lie Zeckendorf won a bidding war and paid $29.1 million for a five-bedroom co-op at 927 Fifth Ave., $3.1 million over the asking price.

    Apartments in Manhattan on Split Paths

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