Developer Sheldon Solow, Known for Striking Architecture, Dies Age 92

Sheldon Solow, a Brooklyn-born developer best known for the 50-story 9 W. 57th St. in Midtown Manhattan, has died, Bloomberg News reported. The founder of Solow Realty & Development was 92. Solow Realty’s holdings included more than 2,000 New York apartments. Beginning in the early 2000s, Solow began purchasing lots along the East River near the United Nations building. He took until 2016 to break…

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