Manhattan Notes

Property sold to Jonathan Edwards

Sale price 1.7 m.

Property Sold 7-18-2011

Sale price 1.7 m.

Home of Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein

Lloyd Blankfein and his wife, Laura, spent $26 million on this Lincoln Square condo in Jan. 2008.

Originator of style identified with the paparazzi lived in this building

Society photographer, Jerome Zerbe, lived in this building in 1967.

Man with the "write" stuff lived in this building

Writer and editor, William Zinsser, lived in this building in 1967.

The price was right for TV impresario who lived in this building

Television game show impresario, Mark Goodson, lived in this building in 1967.

"King James" of Variety magazine lived in this building

Journalist, Abel Green, lived in this building in 1967.

"Life" and "Time" were spent in this building for journalist

Journalist and writer, Ralph Graves, lived in this building in 1967.

Premier mural artist lived in this building

Artist, Barry Faulkner, lived in this building when he passed away in 1966.

The Issacs-Hendricks house - Oldest remaining house in Greenwich Village

Originally a farmhouse, the Issacs-Hendricks house, built in 1799, is the oldest surviving house in Greenwich Village.

Secretary of the Air Force lived in this building

Diplomat, Thomas Finletter, lived in this building in 1967.

Newsweek editor who doubled circulation lived in this building

Journalist, Osborne Elliott, lived in this building in 1967.

WNET/Channel 13 president owned this house

Journalist, John Jay Iselin, owned this house in 1967.

Influential gallery owner lived in this building

Gallery owner and proponent of Abstract Expressionism, Charles Egan, lived in this building in 1967.

Grammy Award winner only surpassed by Aretha, Barbara, and Ella lived in this building

Conductor, Margaret Hillis, lived in this building in 1967.

Great playwright and dramatist lived in this building

Playwright, Lillian Hellman, owned this house in 1967.

Pulitzer Prize winning husband and wife writing team lived in this building, must have been "A Wonderful Life"

Screenwriters, Frances Goodrich and Albert Hackett, lived in this building in 1967.

Director of the ACLU and Kennedy/Nixon debate moderator lived in this building

Journalist, Quincy Howe, lived in this building in 1967.

Academy Award nominated producer and Horatio Hornblower's namesake lived in this building

Producer, Arthur Hornblow Jr., lived in this building in 1976.

Tennis and Navy great lived in this building

Tennis player, Helen Hull Jacobs, lived in this building in 1967.

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