Leslie Alexander lists pair of North Fork properties with development rights

Two large properties with development rights have hit the market on Long Island’s North Fork, where homes are still in extremely short supply after a more than two-year run on the market. Former Houston Rockets owner Leslie Alexander is looking to unload his parcels at 1117 Main Road in Riverhead and 2045 Sound Avenue in Mattituck for a combined $6 million, The Real Deal has learned. Alexander’s 24-acre property at 1117 Main Road is listed

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Gilded Age mansion trades for $50M in all-cash deal

A Fifth Avenue property once called Manhattan’s “last intact Gilded Age Mansion” has traded for $50 million. The 20,000-square-foot Beaux-Arts mansion has been on and off the market for years, the Wall Street Journal reported. The home secured its asking price in the all-cash deal. The sellers — the Permanent Mission of Serbia to the United Nations — are a group of five European countries that inherited the property after Yugoslavia’s demise in the 1990s.

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