Jon CorzineDennis Rader
Corzine's Ex-NYC Condo Sells For $18.2M
Despite the fears of many brokers and owners, the big-ticket real estate market in Manhattan still seems to be percolating along. The former Park Avenue apartment of freshman U.S. senator and ex-Goldman Sachs co-head Jon Corzine has been sold--again--for $18.2 million.
Even though Corzine (D-N.J.) and his wife, Joanne, bought the unfinished duplex condo in June 2000 for $9.5 million, the couple never lived there. Corzine, who kept his longtime home in Summit, N.J., sold the apartment to Alan Meltzer, chief executive of privately held music company Wind-Up Entertainment, in August 2001 for nearly twice what they paid for it. Now Meltzer has sold the apartment for a small profit to an unnamed buyer.
The apartment remains unfinished. Tristan Harper of Insignia Douglas Elliman brokered the deal.
Source: Forbes.com http://www.forbes.com/2002/01/04/0104movers.html
Thursday, August 18, 2005
Jon CorzineDennis Rader
Posted by Joyce Kavitsky at 8/18/2005 09:37:00 PM
Sunday, August 14, 2005
Head of Marlin racing clan dies at 73
By Ryan Smithson, NASCAR.COM
August 14, 2005
12:50 PM EDT (16:50 GMT)
WATKINS GLEN, N.Y. -- Clifton "Coo-Coo" Marlin, whose love of auto racing eventually led to three generations of drivers, died Sunday.
Mr. Marlin was 73. He had been suffering from lung cancer.
Coo-Coo Marlin was a farmer and cattleman who raced on and off through the 1960s and 1970s. He never scored an official victory, but he derived great satisfaction in 1994 when his son Sterling won the Daytona 500.
The elder Marlin is generally considered to be the first driver from middle Tennessee to rise to national prominence in NASCAR. The Marlins live in Columbia, Tenn., and Sterling Marlin continues to live there.
Marlin was one of the sport's earliest stars, a hard-nosed racer who made his name racing around the short tracks in Tennessee and Alabama.
He became a regular at the Tennessee Fairgrounds, running against the likes of Bobby and Donnie Allison and Red Farmer.
Marlin won his first title at the Fairgrounds in 1959. He added titles in 1962, then again in 1966 and 1967. His four titles are a record at the track.
Marlin moved onto NASCAR, where he made 165 Cup starts from 1966 to 1980. He had no wins, but earned nine top-fives and 51 top-10 finishes. His series best points finish was 20th in the 1975 season.
Sterling Marlin left Watkins Glen on Thursday to be with his father, who passed away early Sunday morning. Scott Pruett will drive Marlin's No. 40 Dodge in Sunday's Sirius at the Glen.
The Marlins have asked that in lieu of flowers, donations can be made in Coo-Coo's name to the American Lung Association.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.
Bill's Comment: Scott Pruett, who filled in today for Sterling Marlin in the Coors Light (#40) Dodge, finished fourth, after having to start from the back. Thank you for a good showing, Scott.
Posted by William N. Phillips, Jr. at 8/14/2005 05:11:00 PM