He is a real estate developer based in New York. He dropped out of school to become a real estate broker. But soon started developing his own projects.
Macklowe Properties is responsible for several land mark buildings in New York City.
Macklowe Properties is a real estate developer, -
Past projects include The General Motors Building at 767 Fifth Avenue. Including the Apple Store at ground level. And One Wall Street and One Worldwide Plaza, a 50 story office building on Eighth Avenue.
His 96 story 432 Park Avenue is the tallest residential building in the western hemisphere. Early 2019 he was planning to add another skyscraper to the Manhattan skyline. The enormous building would rise across from St. Patrick’s Cathedral.
His net worth is estimated between US$ 600 million and US$ 2 billion. Although in a recent divorce filing from his wife Linda Macklowe he reportedly mentioned a net worth of US$ 23 million. ;-
Other sources mention he offered his wife a settlement of US$ 1 billion. His contemporary art collection is supposed to be worth $ 1 billion alone.
A judge ordered to sell part of the collection. As the couple couldn’t agree on what the collection was worth.
The New York developer Harry Macklowe owns several residences in and near New York City. He reportedly owns two large houses on Georgica Pond in East Hampton.
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Unfurled is a 46 meter (151 ft) sailing yacht. It was built at Vitters Shipyard and delivered in 2016.
The yacht is designed by German Frers. While Olivier Stirling is responsible for her interior.
Unfurled is equipped with 3Di sails from North Sails. She has a carbon fibre mast built by Southern Spars. The mast has an air draft of 65 meter.
The Unfurled yacht can accommodate 6 guest. She has a crew of 8. She has a (registered) max speed of 11 knots.
Unfurled was ‘Sailing Yacht of the Year’ at the 2016 World Superyacht Awards.
The boat is not available for yacht charter. And she is not listed for sale.
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