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Jared Kushner’s first cousin Jonathan buys $12M NYC duplex

Kushner Actual Property Group’s Jonathan Kushner, a primary cousin of Jared Kushner, and his cookbook writer spouse Kim, purchased a $12 million, seven-bedroom duplex on the Higher East Aspect, according to city property records.

They paid the total asking worth for the prewar pad, on the tenth and eleventh flooring of 33 E. seventieth St., off of Fifth Avenue by Central Park and the Frick Assortment. The vendor was Kim Saperstein, the daughter of a former Bear Stearns financier, and her former boyfriend, Andrew Frankel — who’s now married to Tom Brady’s ex, Bridget Moynahan.

The renovated 6,000-square-foot dwelling began off as a $5.1 million buy in 2011 by Saperstein and Frankel. Subsequent, they tacked on a $6.2 million unit above in 2015.

The house opens to a gallery that results in a big residing and eating room with 10-foot ceilings and a fuel fire, overlooking the personal gardens of landmarked mansions. There’s additionally a personal examine and an eat-in chef’s kitchen with a desk that may seat eight folks, according to the listing.

The prewar duplex is on the tenth and eleventh flooring of 33 E. seventieth St., off of Fifth Avenue.
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A principal bed room suite boasts double bogs and a “bedroom-sized” dressing space with customized built-ins.

The house additionally options wide-plank oak flooring, recessed lighting, built-in sound and oversize home windows. The 11-story constructing, which dates to 1929, comes with a gymnasium and bike storage.

Jonathan’s father Murray Kushner is brothers with Jared’s father Charles. In 2004, Charles pleaded responsible to tax evasion, unlawful marketing campaign contributions and witness retaliation after he employed a hooker to have intercourse together with his brother-in-law and despatched a compromising video of the tryst to his sister, Esther, as Jared Kushner describes in his present ebook, “Breaking Historical past: A White Home Memoir.”

Charles Kushner went to jail for 14 months in Alabama and was later pardoned by his son’s father-in-law, Donald Trump.

The itemizing dealer was John Burger of Brown Harris Stevens.

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