Attorney buys architect's Upper West Side condo

Muk Jamal Greene and Elora Mukherjee bought the two-bedroom, one bath condo Unit #14C at 246 W. 103rd St. on the Upper West Side from Andrew Kotchen and his wife, Emily, for $975,000 on July 2.

Mukherjee is an associate at New York City law firm Emery, Celli, Brinckerhoff & Abady, LLP. She joined the firm in 2007.

Previously, she served as the Marvin M. Karpatkin fellow with the American Civil Liberties Union. Prior to joining the ACLU, she clerked for the Honorable Jan E. DuBois of the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.

She earned her J.D. from the Yale University Law School (2005) and her bachelor's from Rutgers University ('02).

Mr. Kotchen is an architect, principal designer and co-founder of Workshop APD in New York City. He specializes in residential design projects for the architecture firm, which also has an office in Nantucket, Mass.

He previously worked as a project designer for Ehrenkrantz, Eckstut & Khun Architects.

He graduated from Lehigh University and received a master's degree in architecture from the University of Michigan.

Mrs. Kotchen has worked as an art teacher at the Cyrus Peirce Middle School in Nantucket. She graduated from the Columbus College of Art and Design in Ohio.

There are 78 units in the 14-story building at 246 W 103rd Street. It was constructed in 1917. Its alternate address is 205 W. 103rd St.

Condo sales on the Upper West Side rose 17 percent in 2007 versus sales in 2006. The median sales price also went up from $770,000 in 2006 to $790,000 in 2007.

Address: 246 West 103rd Street, Unit: 14c
Buyer(s): Greene, Jamal, Mukherjee and Elora
Seller(s): Kotchen, Andrew D, Kotchen and Emily
Sale date: Jul. 2, 2008